Hi, I’m Ian Kerridge

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      I am very much looking forward to today’s discussion. I work as both a clinician (in BMT and haematology) and as an ethicist (with Praxis and Sydney University) – so COVID-19 has had a huge impact on what I have been doing as a researcher, academic and clinician! It has also forced me to spend more quality time with my children – which has been interesting for me and torture for them!

      I am interested to hear people’s own experiences of research during COVID – what changed, what didnt, what should have and what can still change now!

      best wishes,

       

      ian

       

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