A PUBLIC LECTURE ON GRIEF, RESILIENCE AND HOPE AMID THE PANDEMIC
PROF CHARLOTTE SUMMERS, Professor of Intensive Care Medicine, University of Cambridge and Addenbrooke’s Hospital
Wednesday 20 July 2022
Runcie Room at the Divinity Faculty, University of Cambridge, West Road, Cambridge CB3 9DP
Followed by Drinks
This lecture is open to all and forms part of the inaugural week-long Summer Institute in Cambridge jointly organised by the Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide, Theological education in the Anglican Communion and the Rose Castle Foundation.
During the week a global group of students, educators, researchers and others will be focussing on how the C-19 pandemic is impacting churches and their communities, locally and worldwide, and how they are responding.
The lecture promises to be a fascinating reflection from the University of Cambridge and Addenbrookes’ clinician and scientist at the forefront of the local, national and international effort to beat Covid-19.
Please do join us – come and be inspired and challenged after this very difficult time.
Prof Summers is the University Professor of Intensive Care Medicine, University of Cambridge. She was the UK’s first NIHR Clinical Lecturer in Intensive Care Medicine, and awarded both a Fulbright All-disciplines Scholar Award and a Wellcome Trust Fellowship for Postdoctoral Clinician Scientists to undertake research at the University of California, San Francisco. She returned to Cambridge in 2015, where she currently co-leads the Peri-operative, Acute, Critical Care and Emergency medicine (PACE) Section of the Department of Medicine alongside being the Clinical School’s Director of Clinical Academic Training. She is a member of the UK-COVID Therapeutic Advisory Panel and Chief Investigator of HEAL-COVID, the national Urgent Public Health platform clinical trial aiming to find drug therapies to improve the longer-term clinical outcomes of people hospitalised with COVID-19.
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