Eighteen months of Covid restrictions have bent daily life and the health system out of shape.

The pandemic has put other health conditions to one side.

Cancer screening, mental health, elective surgery and dental check-ups are delayed or rescheduled.

How can we make sure they’re not forgotten?

What COVID forgot: the orphans of the pandemic response recorded 10 June 2021 Sydney Ideas


Professor Robyn Ward -host- Executive Dean of the Faculty of Medicine and Health and Pro Vice-Chancellor University of Sydney

Associate Professor Melody Ding -epidemiologist School of Public Health University of Sydney

Dr Kathryn MacKay – Lecturer in bioethics Sydney Health Ethics

Dr Brendan Murphy – Secretary of the federal Department of Health, formerly Chief Medical Officer

Professor Heiko Spallek – Dean School of Dentistry University of Sydney


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