The National Forum for Health and Wellbeing (NFHW) has great pleasure in inviting you to attend this, the second virtual Public Engagement Seminar in the series “COPING with COVID-19”.
Saturday, 22nd May 2021 at 2.00 pm
Chief Guest & Introductory Speaker : Professor Calum Semple OBE
Professor of Child Health and Outbreak Medicine University of Liverpool
Guest of Honour : Professor Maggie Rae President of the Faculty of Public Health
This second public engagement seminar follows the successful first event in the series, attended by almost 4000 visitors, which examined the effects of the pandemic on mental health.
The current event shifts focus to the longer-term effects of the disease and how these can be managed. With a distinguished panel of speakers, listed below, the meeting presents a wide range of perspectives including from those who have first-hand experience of the disease as a patient. Together these will create a stimulating and thought-provoking environment for those involved.
The long-term effects of the Pandemic on individual health are of very wide concern and the speakers will have much to say which will interest members of the general public. The presentations will also be particularly relevant to health professionals and health professionals in training, administrators, local authority and other elected members, those working in social care and the voluntary sector etc. The organisers believe that it will also interest local leaders and voluntary groups with a stake in promoting the health and wellbeing of their own communities.
Looking ahead to the Seminar, Professor Romesh Gupta, OBE, Founder Chair of NFHW said,
“As an organisation, NFHW is dedicated to the promotion of Health and Wellbeing across all our communities, particularly the hard to reach. The virtual format used for this and previous events is proving to be a powerful new tool allowing us access to new and wider audiences.
We can only exploit this opportunity with the support of the many distinguished speakers who have so enthusiastically contributed to our programme. We are all very much in debt to them.”
Attending the seminar is free.
To join us, please use the following link which will go live at 2.00 pm on Saturday, 22nd May 2021.
List of Contributors
Professor Calum Semple OBE PhD FRCPCH FRCPE FHEA—Chief guest and introductory speaker
Professor of Outbreak Medicine and Child Health University of Liverpool, Consultant Respiratory Paediatrician, Alder Hey Hospital Liverpool.
Professor Maggie Rae PrFPH FRSPH FRCP(Hon)—Guest of Honour
President, Faculty of Public Health UK and Visiting Professor, University of West of England.
Professor Romesh Gupta OBE MD FRCP MBA—Chairman National Forum for Health & Wellbeing,
Hon Professor of Medicine, School of Medicine University of Central Lancashire, Director of the Centre for Research in Health and Wellbeing, University of Bolton.
Dr Ashish Chaudhry MB ChB MRCP(UK)
General Practitioner and Clinical Lecturer, University of Manchester, Covid-19 patient.
Mr James Glover BA, National Forum for Health & Wellbeing
Computer Science Teacher, Tower College Liverpool.
Dr Sharada Gudur FRCP
Consultant Respiratory Physician, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
Dr Anjali Gupta BDS MFDS
Clinical Associate, Smiles by Design Chester.
Dr Rajeev Gupta MD FRCPCH MB, National Forum for Health & Wellbeing
Consultant Paediatrician, Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
Professor Dominic Harrison
Director of Public Health, Blackburn with Darwen, Hon Professor in Public Health, University of Central Lancashire.
Mr Bayo Igoh
Professional Coach, BAME Lead, Federation of Small Businesses.
Dr Sakthi Karunanithi MD MPH FFPH
Director of Public Health, Lancashire County Council.
Dr Mohammed Munavvar MD DNB FRCP FRCPE
Consultant Interventional Pulmonologist, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Hon Senior Lecturer, University of Manchester, President, European Association of Bronchology and Interventional Pulmonologists.
Ms Karen Partington
Chief Executive, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
Mr Pyush Patel
Covid-19 patient, Lancashire.
Dr Neelam Patel FRCA
Consultant Anaesthetist, Wigan,Wrightington and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust.
Ms Julia Riewald
Nutritional Practitioner, Covid 19 patient, Yorkshire.
Dr Amit Taneja MD
Assistant Professor, Department of Pulmonology and Critical Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin, USA.
Mr David Williamson
Covid-19 patient, Cheshire.