Erin Pung will share how access to preventive health programs in the workplace, schools and community are impacted by policy and explore which enablers were the most effective in different settings to have a positive influence on the utilization of prevention services. She will share her experience with the Singapore healthcare system through the pandemic response and how the disease management framework has helped the community respond swiftly and effectively to the pandemic and embrace vaccination delivery.
Erin is currently the Deputy Director of Communicable Disease at the Health Promotion Board in Singapore where she is responsible for the Singapore National Immunisation program, HIV and STI prevention, hand and respiratory hygiene and antimicrobial resistance. Erin has had a unique 20 years journey working across the healthcare ecosystem – from the Singapore health regulatory agency, in the global pharmaceutical industry, hospitals, clinics and clinical research – with responsibilities in a broad range of functions – global health policy development, clinical operations, clinical research, government affairs, medical affairs, global workplace health and quality improvement. In workplace health, she managed a preventive health program for GSK across 21 countries and at Facebook across 14 countries in APAC. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing and is a graduate of the MPH- International health program from Oregon State University in 2003. Originally from Seattle, she has lived in Asia since her graduation in 2003.
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Thursday, February 25 at 5:00pm to 6:15pmVirtual Event