COVID-19: vaccines and pregnancy - 10th Mar, 2021, 6:30 pm (UK)

COVID-19: vaccines and pregnancy

This webinar is co-badged with the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. 

Please note that as the webinar was broadcasted over 30 days ago, CPD credits are no longer available. You can still self-accredit as independant learning for the remaining days.

On 10 March 2021, Professor Áine Burns and Dr Eddie Morris will co-chair a session about COVID-19 vaccines and pregnancy.

It will be an opportunity to hear and ask questions about the most up to date advice. The panel will explore the implications for clinicians who are either pregnant or considering pregnancy, and discuss what research is being done in this area.


6.30pm​   Introduction
Professor Áine Burns, vice president, education and training, Royal College of Physicians
Dr Eddie Morris​, president, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists

6:35pm   An introduction to vaccines
Dr Anna Goodman, principal investigator, Novavax and COV002, Guy’s and St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust

6.45pm​   Implementation of COVID-19 vaccination in pregnancy: who, how and when?​
Professor Lucy Chappell, chair, COVID-19 vaccination group, RCOG

7.05pm​   How can I support patients who are concerned about the COVID-19 vaccine?​
Professor Catherine Nelson Piercy, consultant obstetric physician, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

7:25pm  COVID-19 vaccines and pregnancy research
Dr Chrissie Jones, associate professor and honorary consultant in paediatric infectious diseases, University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation trust

7.35pm​   Q&A with our speakers ​and trainee representatives

8.05pm​   Panel discussion​
Dr Anne de Bono, president, Faculty of Occupational Medicine
Dr Victoria Tzortziou Brown, joint honorary secretary, Royal College of General Practitioners​
Clare Livingstone, professional policy advisor, Royal College of Midwives

8.30pm​   End of session​



RCP members price: Free 
Non-members price: Free

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