Date: Thursday 20 January 2022
Time: 12:30pm to 3:30pm (GMT)
Location: Online
Dear Sir/Madam,

Next week, the second episode of our Spotlight on Long COVID will look at the current prevalence and cases of long COVID, how our understanding of symptoms and treatments has moved on, and the challenges around access to care.

Those who book now will have another chance to watch the first episode of Spotlight on Long COVID with a free link to the recording.

This episode will:

  • Advise health professionals on how to continue managing and supporting patients with long COVID using the latest research and treatments
  • Showcase how long COVID has impacted children and young people
  • Discuss the challenges and solutions around access to care, and rising referral rates to long COVID clinics
  • Address the various barriers that different population groups like minority ethnic communities are facing around long COVID
  • Find out how healthcare workers are being affected by long COVID e.g., morale, workforce turnover, wellbeing
  • Understand how other countries are coping with long COVID and what they are doing differently to the UK
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Guest speakers
Dr Bola Owolabi MB BS DFFP MRCGP MSc
Director of Health Inequalities at NHS England and NHS Improvement. General Practitioner.
Dr Elaine Maxwell
Scientific Advisor at NIHR
Dr Graham Burns
Consultant Physician in Respiratory and General Medicine at Newcastle’s Royal Victoria Infirmary
Professor Roz Shafran
Chair in Translational Psychology at the UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health
Dr Kiren Collison
Interim Deputy Medical Director for Primary Care for NHS England and Improvement. Clinical Chair of Oxfordshire CCG, Co-Chair of her ICS Primary Care Board and board member of NHS Clinical Commissioners.
Graham Lawton
Staff writer and columnist at New Scientist, and the author of The Origin of (Almost) Everything