Getting public health communication right: lessons and reflections from the first wave

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Getting public health communication right: lessons and reflections from the first wave

Now Available On-Demand


Effective public health communication is essential in order to protect the public during the second wave of COVID-19. Our webinar offers you an opportunity to hear unique perspectives on the current challenges, and to reflect on lessons from the start of the pandemic and the first UK-wide lockdown.

In this online event, you will hear from a world-leading pollster as well as social media and public health communication experts about what works what needs to happen next. It builds on themes from recent research undertaken by Ipsos MORI on behalf of Future Care Capital. Find out more about this study by watching our earlier webinar or downloading the Communicating Public Health reports.

Don’t miss the chance to learn lessons you can apply now and during the next coronavirus wave.

What will you discover at the webinar?

  • Reflect on lessons from earlier in the pandemic
  • Hear perspectives on the current challenges facing public health communicators
  • Explore the benefits and limitations of social media in the current context
  • Find out what pitfalls to avoid
  • Take away advice and ideas to shape your ongoing response.
Don’t miss the chance to hear our speakers:
  • Greg Allen, CEO at Future Care Capital
  • Ben Page, Chief Executive at Ipsos MORI
  • Jenny Ousbey, MD of OVID Health
  • Dan Papworth-Smyth, Head of Digital Engagement at Breast Cancer Now

Join the webinar to hear from the expert panel and take part in the discussion through a live Q&A.

Who should attend?

This event is of interest to a wide-ranging audience across charities, academia, the NHS, social care, business, social enterprise, national and local government.

If you have a role in advancing the health of the public or developing, disseminating, and evaluating messages to keep people safe and healthy, this event is for you.


Greg Allen
Future Care Capital
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Ben Page
Chief Executive
Ipsos MORI
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Jenny Ousbey
OVID Health
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Dan Papworth-Smyth
Head of Digital Engagement
Breast Cancer Now
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