15 Jun

CIEH-conversations: Covid Q&A

CIEH member: Free
Non-member: £20

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  • Time: 11.00 - 12.00 GMT


As we await a response from the Prime Minister as to whether the roadmap rollout will continue on the 21 June, we are bringing you a new CIEH-conversations webinar.  Join us to review the latest developments in this national emergency. We know that many Environmental Health Practitioners (EHPs) are on the front line and that, while challenges are arising, innovations are being introduced to address them.

We want to support EHPs as they rise to the challenges of this crisis, so we’re bringing the best of the ethos of the CIEH hubs in a webinar format, focusing on sharing knowledge around COVID-19 responses, challenges, and facilitating a forum for professional discussion and questions.


Taking place on Tuesday 15 June 11.00 – 12.00. This webinar will be facilitated by professionals and expert panellists and is the perfect opportunity to get answers to anything COVID-19 related, debate current issues and keep up to date with the ever-changing scene.

What's in it for you?

As the COVID-19 coronavirus global emergency continues, we are facilitating bringing together the environmental health community to discuss how they are responding to this crisis. These webinars are for you and by you – so when registering, please consider the kinds of questions you want to raise with the panel. 

Who should attend?

Any environmental and public health professionals.

What you need to know

There is a limit of 1,000 attendees for this webinar, so register now to guarantee your place. To ensure you can access the webinar on the day, please test your system in advance of the session as requested in the confirmation email.  

If you would like to submit a question to the panel, please email it us at least 24 hours before the scheduled start time, stating clearly which CIEH-Conversation you would like it to be asked at.

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