Weekly webinar #11 from the Global Platform for the Rapid Generation and Transfer of Knowledge on COVID-19 and older adults in low and middle-income countries:

Older people and COVID-19 in low and middle-income countries: Data quality and availability

 

10 July, 2 pm UK time

Speakers:

Aravinda Guntupalli, University of Aberdeen, UK

Problems of data relating to older people and Covid-19: the case of India

Liat Ayalon, Bar Ilan University, Israel

What data do we need to monitor the direct and indirect effects of Covid-19 on older people? Identifying priorities.

Lucas Sempe, University of East Anglia, UK

How to calculate excess mortality among older people: the case of Peru

 

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