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Modelling COVID-19 infections – lessons and reflections

Modelling COVID-19 infections – lessons and reflections

Update: 2020-06-19
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Martin Mulcare interviews Matthew Tiong, Senior Consultant at NMG Consulting, on his role in creating a predictive model to help guide the Institute’s COVID-19 Working Group, and the profession, in tackling the challenges posed by coronavirus.

In their virtual catch-up on 29 May, Matthew talked with Martin about the key findings from his modelling research and some ideas for modelling a potential second wave of infections.

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Modelling COVID-19 infections – lessons and reflections

Modelling COVID-19 infections – lessons and reflections

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