Webinars: Q&As

View and register for upcoming webinars on the Covid-19 vaccination programme, with a range of Q&A sessions taking place. You can also access recordings from previous webinars.

Upcoming Webinars

Details of new webinars will be added here when they become available.

Previous Webinars

Public Health Q&A sessions 

Throughout February 2021 there will be five online Q&A sessions which will allow the public to ask any questions they may have about the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination. This is for citizens across Birmingham as well as assets. Please help to promote this.  On the panel there will be the Birmingham & Solihull Clinical Commissioning Group, local representatives and Councillor Paulette Hamilton.

We would strongly recommend that you attend the session that is relevant to where you live or work, as some of the information in the webinar will be localised:

  • 4th February at 6pm-7.30pm. North Birmingham - view recording
  • 9th February at 6pm-7.30pm. South Birmingham - view recording
  • 11th February at 6pm-7.30pm. East Birmingham - view recording
  • 24th February at 6pm-7.30pm. West Birmingham - recording will be added
  • 25th February at 6pm-7.30pm. Central Birmingham - recording will be added

Covid Vaccine and its roll out in Lozells and across Birmingham

This live interactive webinar took place at 6pm on Thursday 21 January, discussing everything about the Covid vaccine roll out in Lozells and across Birmingham. You can view a recording of the webinar here on YouTube: https://youtu.be/UUXektDZYNQ

Webinar: Q&A Covid-19  Vaccine - Bahu Trust

Vaccination Q&A webinar to the Muslim community delivered by Bahu Trust, Took place on Monday 18th January, where speakers discussed the vaccination from a medical, social and religious perspective. Panellists included Dr Adeel Riaz - Covid GP, Dr Samira Afzal - Infectious Disease Specialist, Shaykh Dr Ather Hussan - Imam/Scholar and Salma Yaqoob, Human Rights Campaigner. Watch the webinar here https://youtu.be/zAaoIKwOsL8 

The West Midlands Mayor Andy Street Hosts Vaccination Roundtable

On Monday 1st February, the West Midlands Combined Authority hosted a roundtable for our local faith leaders, community groups and anyone with a question about the vaccine, offering insight and support around Covid-19 vaccination communication. Mayor Andy Street was joined by a panel of experts, including representatives from the NHS and Public Health England, who shared the latest update on the vaccination roll-out in the West Midlands and share the facts about the vaccine. There was also an opportunity for attendees to ask questions in a live Q&A. 

View the recording of the webinar here or via YouTube

Kidney Care UK - Question Time: Covid-19 Vaccination, Supporting the BAME Communities

Took place on 9th February

A panel of experts addressed fact, fiction and opinion. As part of our webinar series on Covid-19 and kidney patients, Kidney Care UK, the Renal Association and the British Renal Society, supported by Gift of Living Donation (GOLD) and the African Caribbean Leukaemia Trust (ACLT), the webinar was provided for patients, carers and healthcare professionals with a particular focus on key questions asked by people from the BAME community.

Panel members included Dr Huzaifa Adamali, Consultant Respiratory Medicine; Dr Javeed Ahmed, Consultant Virologist; Dr Adnan Sharif, Consultant Nephrologist; Dr Phil Bright, Consultant, Clinical Immunology; Dr Valentine Ngwa, Consultant Physician; Mufti Muhammed Zubair Butt, Islamic Scholar and Muslim Chaplain; and Reverend Eve Pitts, Vicar, Holy Trinity Church.

We will provide the link to the recording when it is available.

NHS Race and Health Observatory: Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic people Covid-19 and the vaccine seminar

Took place on Thursday 11th February

TNHS Race & Health Observatory hosted a Covid-19 & the vaccine seminar specifically aimed towards people from Black Asian and Minority Ethnic groups. 

We will provide the link to the recording when it is available.

Covid-19 webinar for BAME Community Vaccinations: First Class Legacy & Dr Justin Varney

Took place on Thursday 18th February

On 18th February at 6pm, First Class Legacy & Dr Justin Varney hosted a Q&A session for the BAME community. The main topic of focus was the Covid vaccination.

We will provide the link to the recording when it is available.

COVID, Mental Health & The Vaccine: BAME Community Conversation

Took place on Sunday 20th February

Hosted by the Association of Black Psychiatrists, UK (ABP-UK).

We will provide the link to the recording when it is available.

Return to main page: Vaccination Programme