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Covid-19: science communication and public trust

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Join our panel of experts as they discuss the science communication behind the Covid-19 pandemic.

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The Covid-19 pandemic bought science to the forefront of news and public perception. As the crisis moves into the next phase with new variants of concern spreading and a very uneven global rollout of vaccines, these issues take on a new urgency.

Join Philip Ball, Christina Pagel, Julia Pearce, Anjana Ahuja and Susan Michie as they explore how public trust in government, healthcare authorities and scientists has fared and how well the science of the pandemic was presented by the media, politicians, and scientists themselves.

In this talk, this panel of experts will discuss the unprecedented and politically charged way in which new information and science has unfolded in front of the public in real time with all its uncertainties, controversies and provisional nature.

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