COVID-19 and Children Webinar: Going back to school
Is it safe for children to go back to school? Are children carriers of COVID-19? What’s an underlying health condition? Can they hug family members or their grandparents?
Returning to school is a big step and you may have a lot of questions you would like to speak to someone about. Join us for a 60-minute conversation with two leading paediatricians, and find out about the latest research on the health impact of COVID-19 on children. Practical strategies on how to keep children safe from COVID-19 at school, at home and in the community will be shared, including how to best manage interactions with grandparents. This is your chance to ask questions and receive answers live on the night.
- Dr Vanaja Sabesan - Paediatrician and Director of Paediatric Education at Townsville University Hospital, and Adjunct Senior Lecturer, College of Medicine & Dentistry, James Cook University.
- Dr Andrew White - Paediatrician and Adjunct Associate Professor, College of Medicine & Dentistry, James Cook University.
- Associate Professor Peta-Ann Teague - Director of GP Training, James Cook University.
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