Live from HK with Dr Janice Johnston: Public Health Education Matters
Live dialogue with Dr Janice Johnston, Deputy Director (Education) of School of Public Health at The University of Hong Kong. She will share her insights on Public Health Education and Covid-19 and take your questions from around the world.
The live online event will be held from 21:00-21:45, HKT Thursday, Jun 11, 2020
What is the role of public health education during Covid-19? What did Hong Kong do well and what more we should do to enhance public health education? What are the lessons for governments and educational institutions? What are the obstacles in promoting and expanding public health education?
These are some of the questions we wish to explore.
Send your questions
- via Twitter: #HKUCovid19
- via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Watch the livestream
- Website: You can watch live on this page
- Youtube: hkudaao or sreenet
- Twitter: @HKUniveristy or @sree
- Facebook: @HKU100
- Linkedin: Sree Sreenivasan
DATE: Thursday, June 11
- 21:00 HKT
- 14:00 LDN
- 18:30 DEL
- 22:00 TYO
- 23:00 SYD
- 06:00 LA/SF
- 09:00 NYC
Moderator: NYC-based Sree Sreenivasan, a social and digital media expert and Marshall Loeb Visiting Professor of Digital Innovation at Stony Brook University, New York
Speaker: Dr Janice Johnston has worked for the School of Public Health and its precursor the Department of Community Medicine since July 1990 and has extensive research, undergraduate and post-graduate education, and service experience. She specialises in the field of health policy and management.
For Dr Janice Johnston’s detailed bio, see HERE
This is the tenth episode of the #HKUCovid19 series, a global dialogue with HKU experts online.