In the third of the 'Exit Panels from Pandemic' organized by Istinye University, the effects of the Covid-19 epidemic on children will be discussed. In the event, which will be held online on April 21, experts in the field will evaluate a year with the pandemic for children. While the latest situation regarding Covid-19 and children will be summarized, the effects of the epidemic on children's mental health will also be discussed.
The third of 'Exit Panels from Pandemic' organized by İstinye University will be held online on April 21st. In the first of the Pandemic Exit Panels, which was held on February 20, Covid-19 vaccines in the world were discussed in every aspect and current developments regarding vaccines were evaluated. The second panel, held on 13 March, focused on local vaccine studies. In the third of the 'Pandemic Exit Panels' organized under the heading of "Pandemic and our children in its first year", experts in their fields will evaluate a year with the pandemic specifically for children.
Covid-19 and its latest situation regarding children
The panel, which will be held on April 21 at 21.00:19, will be held by Istinye University (ISU) Rector Prof. Dr. Erdal Karaöz and ISU Faculty of Medicine Dean Prof. Dr. It will start with the opening speeches of Mustafa Ayberk Kurt. Moderated by ISU Medical Faculty Pediatric Infectious Diseases Specialist Assoc. Dr. In the panel to be undertaken by Murat Sütçü, Gazi University Medical Faculty Pediatric Infectious Diseases Specialist Prof. Dr. Hasan Tezer and Liv Hospital Ulus Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist Prof. Dr. Seher Akbaş will be the speaker. Assoc. Dr. Murat milkman Covidien-19 and the panel will share their data concerning children, Prof. Turkey Dr. Hasan Tezer will evaluate the latest situation regarding Covid-19 and children. Prof. Dr. Seher Akbaş will focus on mental health in children on the Covid-XNUMX agenda.
Expert scientists will discuss
Providing information about the panel, Istinye University Rector Prof. Dr. Erdal Karaöz said, “We will hold the third of the Pandemic Exit Panels series on April 21, in which expert scientists will discuss how pandemic conditions affect our children. The pandemic undoubtedly affected our children as well as all of us. We think it will be an informative panel for parents and teachers. We welcome parents, teachers, grandparents, everyone who wants to learn about children to our panel, ”he said.