COVID-19 Experiences from the Front Lines:
The Global Primary Healthcare Response

The Harvard Medical School Department of Global Health and Social Medicine's Program in Global Primary Care and Social Change, the Center for Primary Care, and members of the World Health Organization's Primary Healthcare Young Leaders Network have collaborated to bring a three-part webinar series around the global primary healthcare response to COVID-19 Experiences From the Front Lines. Join us for an engaging discussion with interdisciplinary panelists and discussants, bringing on-the-ground experiences from around the world.


Session 1 |  Primary Healthcare Experiences Battling COVID-19 (Part I) - View the recorded webinar
Session 2 |  Primary Healthcare Experiences Battling COVID-19 (Part II) - View the recorded webinar
Session 3 |  The Future of Primary Healthcare After COVID-19 - View the recorded webinar

Session 4 |  Reimagining Primary Healthcare - for all, by all  - View the recorded webinar


Past Webinar Speakers

David BW Final

Panelist David Duong, MD, MPH  is a Physician at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts and Director of the Harvard Medical School Program in Global Primary Care and Social Change. (United States)



Shannon Barkley BW Final-1Discussant Shannon Barkley, MD  is a Physician and Technical Officer for Primary Healthcare Services, World Health Organization. (Switzerland)



Edward Final

Panelist Edward Booty  is CEO of reach52, a social enterprise delivering digital primary health services to underserved communities across Asia. (Southeast Asia Region)


Lundi Final

Panelist Ngo Bibaa Lundi Anne is a civil society advocate who leads humanitarian programming and co-leads the Health Cluster of the North West/South West Cameroon. (Cameroon)



Lucas Final-1Panelist Lucas Trout, MA  is lecturer on global health and social medicine at Harvard Medical School and Director of Siamit, Kotzebue, Alaska. (United States)




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