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During her nursing training in the early 1980s, Annette’s class watched a pandemic unfold … it was terrifying. By the time the INP Clinic opened in 1989, there was still uncertainty about the transmission of HIV. Between then and now, there have been a series of pandemics - each one of them giving us some lessons to get ready for the next. However, this pandemic is the most far-reaching and has had the most direct impact on the lives of New Zealanders - and not just New Zealand - the world. As each country has responded, in different ways, we have an unexpected and unwanted international experiment to find the best way of managing the impact of Covid-19. It is a unique situation. If a researcher wanted to take this approach, it would never pass any Ethics Committee process. Yet, here we are - many countries doing different things to get what they hope will be an effective response. What lessons were there in the past? Can we apply them today? What should we be considering? Where do we go from here?
When: Tuesday, 15 September 2020
Where: Summit Real Estate Conference Room
60 Rutherford Street, Nelson
Time: 5.30pm-6.00pm Socialising, networking, food and drink
6.00pm - 7.00pm Presentation
Cost: $7 members, $10 non members, Admin guests free
RSVP: Susan Sparrow firstname.lastname@example.org
by Friday, 11 September
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