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AIIMS and UCL: Lung complications from COVID-19 & impact of vaccines

10 March 2021, 9:30 am–11:00 am

vaccine for covid-19 is being given to an Indian woman wearing face mask

UCL will join AIIMS, New Delhi for the 20th National Clinical Grand Rounds, an online seminar to discuss shared experiences of managing COVID-19

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Professor Rajeev Kumar (AIIMS, New Delhi) and Dr Amit Khandelwal (Senior Partnership Manager for South Asia, UCL)

For the 20th National Clinical Grand Rounds (NCGR), UCL will be joining AIIMS, New Delhi to discuss lung complications from COVID-19 and the impact of vaccines on disease manifestations.

This follows a successful joint session in December on managing COVID-19 around the world. The NCGR sessions on COVID-19 are organised by AIIMS, New Delhi to share experiences and initiate discussions on issues related to the virus.

The upcoming session will include presentation of cases and discussion on their management by a panel of experts from AIIMS, New Delhi and UCL, followed by a short summary on a clinically relevant topic. Attendees will be able to participate in a Q&A session to ask patient management-related questions. 

The event will be streamed live on YouTube at this link on 10 March 2021 (9:30am UK time, 3pm India Standard Time). No registration is required. Questions to the panel can be submitted on YouTube or via WhatsApp to +91999692364 during the event.

Professor Randeep Guleria, Director of AIIMS, New Delhi, will be the host and convenor of the seminar, which will be led and delivered by AIIMS. Speakers from UCL include:

  • Professor Jeremy Brown, Respiratory Medicine, UCL
  • Dr Emma Denneny, Respiratory Medicine, UCL
  • Professor Monica Lakhanpaul, Integrated Child Health, Pro-Vice-Provost (South Asia), UCL
  • Dr Arjun Nair, Radiology, UCL
  • Professor Jo Porter, Respiratory Medicine, UCL

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