4.00 Welcome (Dr Kamran Abbasi The BMJ)
Panel 1 What are certificates for and how good is the science? (Chair: Dr Kamran Abbasi, The BMJ)
4.05 What are the purposes of Certificates?
- Imogen Parker (Ada Lovelace Institute)
4.15 Does the science support the public health purpose?
- Allyson Pollock (Newcastle University)
4.25 Is undermining medical confidentiality justifiable?
- Robert Dingwall (Nottingham Trent University)
Panel 2 What do Digital certificates entail? (Chair: George Davey Smith, Unversity of Bristol)
4.30 The case for Covid passes
- Daniel Sleat and Kirsty Innes (Tony Blair Institute for Global Change)
4.40 The Digital Anatomy of an Immunity Certificate Infrastructure:
- Michael Veale (UCL)
4.55 Societal Unknowns of Digital Rule Enforcement?
- Seda Gurses (Delft University of Technology) and Michael Veale (UCL)
5.05 Chinese social credit system: future applications of covid pass digital infrastructure?
-Rogier Creemers (Leiden University)
Panel 3 What are the concerns about certificates? (Chair: Allyson Pollock, University of Newcastle)
5.15 How do we balance public health interventions with human rights and civil liberties?
- Lilian Edwards (Newcastle University
5.20 What are the ethical limits to digital public health interventions
- Effy Vayena (ETH Zurich)
5.30 Disenfranchised communities
- Linnet Taylor (Tilburg University)
5.40 Case study of India: Aadhaar, vaccination, facial recognition:
- Vidushi Marda (Article 19, Bangalore?)
5.50 Panel Discussion and Questions (Chair: Dr Kamran Abbasi, The BMJ)
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?