Webinar: Access to COVID-19 Healthcare in Brazil
Early April this year, a few colleagues and I published a study in Portuguese looking at Urban mobility and access to the healthcare system by patients with suspected and severe cases of COVID-19 in the 20 largest cities of Brazil. I shared a post with a summary of the study in English a few weeks ago, here
I will be presenting this study online tomorrow as part of a webinar series on Transport, Urban Mobility and COVID-19 in Brazil. See full program below. This webinar series has been organized by Silvana Zioni, Rafel Siqueira, Thiago Guimaraes and Renato Anelli at the Federal University of ABC (UFABC). Thank you for the invitation! My presentation will start at 9pm (GMT) and you can watch it below. If you would like to participate in the Zoom session, you can find info about the transmission link here.
ps. Sorry for short notice.
- Distributional effects of transport policies on inequalities in access to opportunities in Rio de Janeiro
- Future accessibility impacts of transport policy scenarios: Equity and sensitivity to travel time thresholds for Bus Rapid Transit expansion in Rio de Janeiro
- Future access to essential services in a growing smart city: The case of Surrey, British Columbia
- Transport legacy of mega-events and the redistribution of accessibility to urban destinations
- Distributive justice and transportation equity: inequality in accessibility in Rio de Janeiro