October 29, 2020 | 1:20 – 3:15 PM CST
Join us for a panel discussion featuring local and global perspectives on the hidden costs of the pandemic. Experts across disciplines and countries will reflect on the many ways in which Covid-19 has transformed our lives – from the impact on women and children to the financial strain posed by the pandemic and its effects on mental health.
This event is co-sponsored by the Institute for Public Health and the McDonnell International Scholars Academy. The panel is taking place at the Institute for Public Health’s 13th Annual Conference: COVID-19 Pandemic: Response, Lessons Learned, and Recovery. The conference will be presented in a hybrid format (live for a limited audience and virtual for everyone), is free and open to the WashU community, and to the public.
To register and view an updated program, visit Institute for Public Health.