How can new research methods help address COVID-related health inequalities?
December 8, 2021
13:30 – 17:30 CET
Registration link: here
The official presentation of the Health Inequalities Research: New methods, better insights? report will take place at a symposium to be held on 8 December 2021, 13:30 – 17:30 CET. The event, hosted by KNAW, will be held online.
Under the theme How can new research methods help address COVID-related health inequalities?, researchers and policymakers will discuss how to capitalise on new research methods in the field of health inequalities.
Chair: Johannes Siegrist (Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf and committee member)
13:30 Opening on behalf of the KNAW (Sjaak Neefjes, Leiden University Medical Center and KNAW board member)
13:45 Understanding health inequalities: the usefulness of an expanded toolbox (Johan Mackenbach, Erasmus MC and chair of the committee)
14:15 Known unknowns in the field of health inequalities: priorities for research (Ana Diez Roux, Drexel University)
14:35 Solutions for health inequalities: reflections on the interface between science and policy (Margaret Whitehead, University of Liverpool, committee member)
15:15 Tea break
15:30 COVID-19: an unequal pandemic (Clare Bambra, Newcastle University, committee member)
15:50 COVID-19 policies and health inequalities (Thierry Lang, University of Toulouse)
16:10 Causal thinking in a pandemic: tools to understand COVID-19 inequalities and policy responses (Maria Glymour, University of California San Francisco)
16:30 Panel discussion
17:15 Closing remarks by ALLEA and FEAM
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