Date: 09/28/2020
Time: 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM

COVID-19: Six Months In
A Collaboration of the Colorado School of Public Health and the Denver Museum of Nature & Science
Monday, Sept. 28 at 8:30 a.m. MT
Watch the recording and read the recap

By mid-March, the ongoing spread of COVID-19 began to affect American life in a big way. The NBA suspended its season. Flights, concerts, and conferences were abruptly cancelled. States began to implement full or partial closures of non-essential businesses. Scientists and public health officials raced to issue guidance, even as much about the disease remained unknown. Now, six months later, our collective knowledge of SARS-CoV-2 has evolved dramatically, both from an epidemiological perspective and a societal one. What have we learned so far about the effects of policy, the speed of research, and public trust in science that could help us in 2021?

On Monday, September 28, Georges C. Benjamin, MD, Executive Director of the American Public Health Association, joins us to highlight big picture lessons from the pandemic so far - including early missteps and ongoing course corrections that will likely shape the course of the coming year - as well as the state of the nation’s healthcare infrastructure and strategies to build resilience. Dr. Benjamin will also answer your questions live during a moderated Q&A session.

This free public webinar is presented by the Colorado School of Public Health, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, and the Institute for Science & Policy. The session will also be streamed on Facebook Live.