Progress with the pandemic - Canada, Trinidad and Tobago, and United States
19th April 2021
The Covid -19 pandemic has paralysed the running of Health Services across the world this past year. As a result, we have had to make swift decisions regarding prioritising treatments for patients with cancer, coronary heart disease and other urgent surgical conditions. Training has been severely jeopardised, and examinations postponed, conducted in a virtual platform or with strict social distancing without patient contact. The roll out of vaccines across the world has been variable and the messaging regarding the efficacy of these vaccines has been hard for the public to understand. The panel for this webinar from Canada, Trinidad and Tobago, and the United States will discuss the progress made under the circumstances in their respective countries.
Our panellists include:
- Mr Pala Rajesh (Chair)
Vice President, The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.
- Dr. Susan Moffatt-Bruce, BSc, MD, PhD, MBA, MBOE, FACS, FRCSC
CEO of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.
- Dr Ian Ramnarine, MBBS, FRCSEd, FRCS (C-Th)
Consultant Cardiothoracic Surgeon at North Central Regional Health Authority, Trinidad and Tobago.
- Dr Ravi Maharaj
Consultant Surgeon / University Lecturer at Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex, Trinidad and Tobago.
- Dr Teodoro Forcht-Dagi, MD, MPH, DMedSc, DHC, MBA, FRCSEd
Director and Principal, Anglo Scientific; Managing Member Salutramed; Neurosurgeon; Scientific Innovator and Educator
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