Welcome to Season 4 of Connected Intelligence - a podcast about all the things we bring to work that aren’t actually about the work.
This episode brings back our recurring segment <<Going Viral with Dr. Rosella>> because the list of things we bring to work sometimes includes viruses(!) The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed how and where we work, and made us all aware of the importance of public health. So, we invite epidemiologist Laura Rosella to chat about the state of global public health. In this episode, we go back in time to explore the insights learned from 2003 SARS outbreak, 2011 H1N1 outbreak, and how these lessons informed our response to COVID-19.
Professor Laura Rosella is a Canadian epidemiologist and Associate Professor at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health in the University of Toronto, where she holds a Canada Research Chair in Population Health Analytics. Laura is the Principal Investigator and Scientific Director of the Population Health Analytics Lab. She is a member of the Royal Society of Canada’s College of New Scholars and the inaugural Stephen Family Research Chair in Community Health at the Institute for Better Health, Trillium Health Partners. Laura has authored over 250 peer-reviewed publications in the areas of epidemiology, public health and health services research. Her work has been featured in major news outlets such as Forbes, Newsweek, Reuters, CBC, CTV, The National Post, and The Globe and Mail.
Laura has an incredible way of simplifying complex public health situations. We learn about the origins of Public Health Agency of Canada, Public Health Ontario, and whether or not Laura went to SARSStock. Please enjoy Going Viral with Dr. Rosella – Season Four edition!