#CovidUnknowns: 'Covid passports and credentials'

#CovidUnknowns: 'Covid passports and credentials'

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Welcome (Dr Fiona Godlee, The BMJ)

Panel 1 What are certificates for and how good is the science?
What are the purposes of Certificates? - Imogen Parker, Nuffield Trust.
Does the science support the public health purpose? - Allyson Pollock, Newcastle University.
Is undermining medical confidentiality justifiable? - Robert Dingwall, Nervtag, Nottingham Trent University.

Panel 2 What do Digital certificates entail? (Chair TBC)
The case for Covid passes - Daniel Sleat and Kirsty Innes, Tony Blair Institute for Global Change.
The Digital Anatomy of an Immunity Certificate Infrastructure - Carmela Troncosco, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne.
Societal Unknowns of Digital Rule Enforcement? - Seda Gurses, Delft University of Technology, and Michael Veale, UCL.
Chinese social credit system: future applications of covid pass digital infrastructure? -Rogier Creemers, Leiden Unversity.

Panel 3 What are the concerns about certificates?
How do we balance public health interventions with human rights and civil liberties? - Lilian Edwards, Newcastle University.
What are the ethical limits to digital public health interventions - Effy Vayena, École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne.
Disenfranchised communities - Linnet Taylor, Tilburg University.
Case study of India: Aadhaar, vaccination, facial recognition - Vidushi Marda, Article 19

5.50 Panel Discussion and Questions
What ethics and principles should govern future development of PH infrastructure?
The infrastructure you choose will determine the future of public health: How to build digital infrastructures that serve public health?
What should be the characteristics of a public health infrastructures?