Webinar recording: Ventilation - how can it help manage the risk of Covid transmission?

In this recording of our guest speaker webinar (original event 19 November 2021), a panel of guest speakers look at ventilation and its role in mitigating the risk of Covid-19 transmission via aerosols in enclosed spaces.

We welcome:

  • Professor Jackie Cassell is professor of primary care epidemiology at the Brighton and Sussex Medical School. She has also recently been seconded part time to UK Health Security Agency to support the Covid-19 response, as an honorary consultant in public health. She is speaking in her academic role.
  • Dr Colin Axon, Senior Lecturer in Engineering at Brunel University, sharing his knowledge on ventilation and aerodynamics.
  • Professor Robert Dingwall (Professor, Nottingham Trent University), a social scientist who has studied behavioural and social aspects of human behaviour in the context of infection, and worked closely with epidemiologists during the Covid-19 pandemic in his previous role on the New and Emerging Respiratory Virus Threats Advisory Group (NERVTAG) to UK government.

The views represented by the speakers in this webinar are their own, and do not represent the views of Making Music.

Useful links:

  • WellRehearsed app, a free and anonymous rehearsal Covid-19 infection reporting app for leisure-time music groups of all kinds, instrumental and vocal, developed by the Association of British Choral Directors (abcd) and Making Music.
  • Find out aout Making Music membership and how to join

If you have any questions about this event topic, please contact info@makingmusic.org.uk

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