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Appendix B Workshop Agenda DAY 1—TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2021 10:00 AM–2:30 PM ET 10:00 AM Welcome Peter Daszak, chair, Forum on Microbial Threats President EcoHealth Alliance 10:10 AM Opening Remarks Victor Dzau, President, National Academy of Medicine 10:20 AM Workshop Overview and Goals Elizabeth Hermsen, workshop cochair Head, Global Antimicrobial Stewardship and Health Equity in Infectious Diseases Merck & Co., Inc. Rafael Obregon, workshop cochair Country Representative in Paraguay UNICEF 77 PREPUBLICATION COPY—Uncorrected Proofs

78 TOWARD A POST-PANDEMIC WORLD Keynote Addresses Kumanan Rasanathan, session chair and moderator, World Health Organization 10:30 AM A Vision for the Future Helen Clark (cochair, Independent Panel for Pandemic Preparedness and Response) A Blueprint for a Whole-of-Society Approach to Health Care H. E. Hanan Al Kuwari (Minister of Public Health, Qatar; Managing Director, Hamad Medical Corporation) 11:15 AM Discussion (45 min) 12:00 PM BREAK (30 min) Session I: Long-Term Impacts of COVID-19 on Health Equity Session objective: Assess the current knowledge and outstanding questions on the consequences of COVID-19, identifying research priorities and implications for public health strategies—including gaps in systemic health equity. 12:30 PM Pandemic Inequities in U.S. Health Care: Evidence and Solutions David Blumenthal (Commonwealth Fund) 12:45 PM New Onset of Mental Health Conditions, Social Determinants of Health, and COVID-19: Evidence from a National Health Insurance Claims Database Mir M. Ali (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services) 1:00 PM Post-Acute COVID-19 Syndrome in the Pediatric Population and Strategies for the Next Phase Danilo Buonsenso (Fondazione Policlinico Universitario A. Gemelli IRCCS, Italy) 1:15 PM Probing Disease Mechanisms of Long COVID Akiko Iwasaki (Yale University) 1:30 PM Discussion (45 min) • In looking toward the future of health in the United States and ongoing issues related to COVID-19, identify PREPUBLICATION COPY—Uncorrected Proofs

APPENDIX B 79 areas for multidisciplinary problem solving in pandemic recovery and future capacity building. 2:15 PM Observations and Closing Comments Kumanan Rasanathan, session chair 2:30 PM ADJOURN DAY 2—WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2021 10:00 AM–2:30 PM ET Session II: Addressing Uncertainties During a Pandemic Session objective: Identify actionable paths toward systemic change for encouraging public engagement and establishing trust in health crisis response (especially in times of scientific uncertainty). 10:00 AM Welcome, Recap, and Overview William Hallman, session chair, Rutgers University Trust and Engagement in Pandemic Responses and Outcomes 10:10 AM Theory Presentations (15 min each) Engaging for Equity: An Approach to Mitigating Pandemic Impact on the Underserved Vish Viswanath (Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health) Science Advice and Trust in the U.S. During the Pandemic Roger Pielke, Jr. (University of Colorado, Boulder) 10:40 AM Case Studies (20 min each) Each of the case studies will: • Illustrate how to establish and sustain trust in the context of rapidly changing scientific evidence base and how to engage with a broad audience in order to encourage healthy behavior and make informed decisions. What infrastructure were in place to support this? What gaps did you have to bridge? What are the critical unmet needs, and who can address them? • Connect the trust and status of the relationship between the public and authorities to how response strategies PREPUBLICATION COPY—Uncorrected Proofs

80 TOWARD A POST-PANDEMIC WORLD were shaped, public adherence of these policies, and the resulting case burden. Case Study 1 Siouxsie Wiles (University of Auckland, New Zealand) Prerecorded presentation Case Study 2: Title Trust and Engagement in Pandemic/ Epidemic Responses: Lessons from Ebola in Sierra Leone Lawrence Sao Babawo (School of Community Health Sciences in the Department of Nursing, Njala University) Case Study 3 Stephen B. Thomas (Center for Health Equity, University of Maryland) 11:40 AM Discussion (60 min) 12:40 PM BREAK (15 min) Understanding and Addressing Misinformation on COVID-19 12:55 PM Facts and Myths about Misinformation Brendan Nyhan (Dartmouth College) 1:15 PM Panel Discussion (60 min) Panelists: • Renée DiResta (Stanford University) • Brendan Nyhan (Dartmouth College) • Christine Prue (U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) • Brian Southwell (RTI International) 2:15 PM Observations and Closing Comments William Hallman, session chair 2:30 PM ADJOURN PREPUBLICATION COPY—Uncorrected Proofs

APPENDIX B 81 DAY 3—THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2021 10:00 AM–2:30 PM ET Session III: Systematizing Recovery Efforts to Mitigate the Next Pandemic Session objective: Identify knowledge, technology, and tools (as well as the persistent gaps in each) that have arisen during the COVID-19 pandemic, and discuss how they might be integrated more permanently into existing health systems to improve both the ongoing COVID-19 response efforts and capacity for future outbreak readiness. 10:00 AM Welcome, Recap, and Overview Chandy John, session chair, Indiana University School of Medicine Community Engagement in Public Health 10:10 AM The Pandemic as an Opportunity Eliseo J. Pérez-Stable (National Institute of Minority Health and Health Disparities, National Institutes of Health) 10:30 AM Q&A 10:45 AM Case Study Presentations (15 min each) Designing for Care Equity: Strategies from a Community COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic Lauren Hahn (Penn Medicine Center for Digital Health) NewYork-Presbyterian Center for Community Health Navigation: A Hospital-Community Partnership to Improve Community Health and Well-Being Patricia Peretz and Adriana Matiz (NewYork-Presbyterian Center for Community Health Navigation) An Equity-Driven Approach to Incident Command Structure (ICS): Lessons from the New Mexico Department of Health Vaccine Team Laura Chanchien Parajón and Miranda Durham (New Mexico Department of Health) PREPUBLICATION COPY—Uncorrected Proofs

82 TOWARD A POST-PANDEMIC WORLD The Role of Community Engagement During the Pandemic: Lessons from the Paraguay Experience Guillermo Sequera (Ministry of Public Health and Social Welfare, Paraguay) (Ministerio de Salud Pública y Bienestar Social–Paraguay) 11:45 AM Discussion (45 min) 12:30 PM BREAK (15 min) Toolbox for Recovery and Future Capacity Building 12:45 PM Panel Discussion (30 min opening + 60 min discussion) Moderator: Margaret Kruk (Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health) Panelists: • Simone Blayer (PATH): Promises of the new vaccine platforms • Joe DeRisi (Chan-Zuckerberg BioHub, UCSF): New diagnostic tools • Syra Madad (New York City Health + Hospitals): Social capital and trust in science during a crisis • David Cutler (Harvard University): Lessons from COVID-19 for health systems 2:15 PM Observations and Closing Comments Chandy John, session chair 2:30 PM ADJOURN DAY 4—FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2021 10:00 AM–2:30 PM ET Session IV: Potentials for a Post-COVID World Session objective: Using lessons learned and guiding principles from the previous three sessions of the workshop, generate actionable strategies for preparing for and responding to future health crises. 10:00 AM Welcome, Recap, and Overview Matthew Zahn, session chair, Orange County Health Care Agency PREPUBLICATION COPY—Uncorrected Proofs

APPENDIX B 83 10:10 AM Visionary Statements (10 min each) Pandemic Preparedness: The Biomedical Research Approach Anthony Fauci (National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases) Prerecorded presentation COVID-19: What Went Wrong, Why It Did, and How We Can Do Better Sandro Galea (Boston University) 10:30 AM Guiding Statement on Strategic Planning Exercise 10:45 AM Strategic Planning Breakout Rooms (2.25 hours)  Using the provided scenario narratives inspired by the actual lived experiences of public health leaders responding to the initial U.S. outbreak of COVID-19, provide a response strategy for the public health apparatus, researchers, the private sector, and policy makers, placing emphasis on efforts toward ensuring sustained community partnerships and health equity. Room 1 Moderator: Matthew Zahn (Orange County Health Care Agency) Participants: • David Broniatowski (George Washington University) • Ramanan Laxminarayan (University of Washington) • Shari Ling (Center for Clinical Standards and Quality, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services) • Laura Chanchien Parajón (New Mexico Department of Health) • Patricia Peretz (NewYork-Presbyterian) Room 2 Moderator: Stephen J. Thomas (State University of New York Upstate Medical University) Participants: • Carolina Batista (Institute of Global Health, Barcelona) • Michael Burke (Department of Homeland Security) • Anupam Bapu Jena (Harvard Medical School) PREPUBLICATION COPY—Uncorrected Proofs

84 TOWARD A POST-PANDEMIC WORLD • Lindsey J. Leininger (Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth) • Tonya Nichols (Environmental Protection Agency) 1:00 PM BREAK (30 min) 1:30 PM Strategic Planning Session Recap 2:15 PM Workshop Closing Remarks Elizabeth Hermsen, workshop cochair Rafael Obregon, workshop cochair Peter Daszak, chair, Forum on Microbial Threats 2:30 PM ADJOURN PREPUBLICATION COPY—Uncorrected Proofs

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To take stock of lessons learned from COVID-19 around the world and in the United States, the Forum on Microbial Threats held two virtual workshops during 2021. The first workshop focused on what it means to frame the response to COVID-19 through a "syndemic" approach, and what the implications would be for global recovery. The second workshop focused more broadly on key lessons and emerging data from ongoing pandemic response efforts that can be incorporated into current health systems to improve resilience and preparedness for future outbreaks.

This workshop explored the long-term effects of COVID-19 on health equity, including considerations for mental health and social determinants of health. It also addressed uncertainties during a pandemic, such as trust, communication, and engagement and explored approaches to systematize recovery efforts to improve the ongoing responses and prepare for the next pandemic. Experts discussed possibilities for a post-pandemic world and a response strategy for stakeholders that ensures sustained community partnerships and prioritization of health equity. This Proceedings of a Workshop summarizes the presentations and discussions from the second workshop.

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