Listen to Coronavirus modelling, Indigenous health, and Med students45:4519 April 2020

Mathematical epidemiologist and infectious disease modeller Professor James McCaw describes how mathematical modelling is helping inform Australia's response to the coronavirus pandemic; neurosurgery registrar and activist Dr Ruth Mitchell canvasses the unique risks that coronavirus poses for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities; and the team discuss how medical students are assisting health care workers during the crisis. With presenters Dr Sharma, Neo Natal, and Panel Beater. 

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