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WATCH: UCL and AIIMS, New Delhi discuss managing COVID-19 in India and UK

17 March 2021

UCL speakers joined two recent sessions of the National Clinical Ground Rounds hosted by AIIMS, New Delhi to share experiences of managing COVID-19

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

For the 20th National Clinical Grand Rounds (NCGR) on 10 March 2021, UCL joined AIIMS, New Delhi to discuss lung complications from COVID-19 and the impact of vaccines on disease manifestations.

This followed a successful joint session in December 2020 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.

Each of the joint sessions included a presentation of cases and discussion of their management by a panel of experts from AIIMS, New Delhi and UCL, followed by a Q&A session. 

UCL panellists across the two sessions included Professor Monica Lakhanpaul, Dr David Brealey, Professor Mervyn Singer, Professor Jeremy Brown, Dr Emma Denneny, Dr Arjun Nair and Professor Jo Porter.

The recordings of the sessions are available to watch below:

18th NCGR session: Managing COVID-19 around the world

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20th NCGR Session: Lung complications from COVID-19 & vaccines

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