Our lives over the past few months have been dominated by rapid responses to the COVID-19 pandemic to minimise the health risks to ourselves and our families as well as the impacts on our economic wellbeing.

Although we may have ‘flattened the curve’ on the spread of the virus, the consequences for our lives and livelihoods are expected to continue over a long period of time.

What can we learn from the experience of the pandemic and how might we face future pandemics differently? In this facilitated discussion, researchers from The University of Queensland’s Centre for the Business and Economics of Health address these questions from three perspectives.

Watch the webinar