Dr Ian Norton talks to Ann Wen at Dynamic Business about why we should approach the COVID-19 vaccine with caution and why it won’t end uncertainty for businesses.
Dr Ian Norton talks with Steve Austin at ABC Brisbane about why rapid antigen testing needs to be conducted routinely and regularly to allow essential workers, particularly quarantine staff, to stay safe and prevent transmission to the wider community. (Dr Norton’s interview starts at 39m22s)
Melbourne’s second wave and the current outbreak in Adelaide have been linked to contact between staff at hotel quarantine sites and the wider community. But a rapid COVID-19 antigen test that delivers results in 10 minutes could hold the key to preventing future outbreaks from hotel quarantine sites. Dr Ian Norton explains why.
Dr Ian Norton talks with Rafael Epstein at ABC Melbourne about how rapid antigen testing is so important in the fight against the invisible enemy that is COVID-19, and how testing early and testing often is vital to be able to control the spread of the virus and allow the economy to reopen. (Dr Norton’s
Dr Ian Norton talks with Neil Breen on 4BC 1116’s Great Queenslander programme about how COVID-19 compares to previous health emergencies that he has responded to, including Ebola, which he sees as being characterised by scale and information overload.
Dr Ian Norton formerly of the WHO, and Founder, MD of Respond Global says Australia needs to prepare its businesses and industries for more COVID-19 waves to come. It’s one thing to be prepared – but it’s another to be COVID-Ready to manage the pandemic proactively.
The following article appeared in the Australian Financial Review on Thursday 22nd October 2020. Time to test for the virus, over and over One answer to living with coronavirus is taking less accurate but quicker tests more often. Australia is more cautious that other countries, but it’s an obvious alternative to lockdown. Oct 21, 2020
Coral Expeditions have this week returned to sailing again, 6 months after being alongside in Cairns following the outbreak of COVID-19 in Australia. The company have been very proactive in responding to the impact of the pandemic on the cruise industry, re-engineering their operational model to plan for a return to sailing as soon as they
In this webinar facilitated by Phillip Coorey, Political Editor, Australian Financial Review, Dr Ian Norton speaks with Greg Keith, CEO of Grant Thornton, and Madina Aziz, Partner, Audit & Assurance at Grant Thornton, about the social expectations on mid-sized business as they navigate the new COVID Normal. From bushfires to floods to COVID there is
In this podcast hosted by Joe Cuthbertson of the World Association of Disaster and Emergency Medicine (WADEM), Dr. Ian Norton reflects on his time with the WHO EMT Initiative and recent experiences with COVID-19 including the Grand Princess and Ruby Princess cruise ships, aged care in Victoria, and public health messaging. He also elaborates on
In this podcast hosted by Velvet-Belle Templeman of Boardroom Media, on behalf of Grant Thornton, Dr Ian Norton speaks with Greg Keith, CEO of Grant Thornton, about how the lessons he learned in the field managing the responses to Ebola and Diphtheria outbreaks are informing how we deal with navigating the new COVID Normal here
Dr Ian Norton talks with Nick Crennan, Managing Partner at legal firm Colin Biggers & Paisley, and Megan Bowe, Partner at Colin Biggers & Paisley, about the challenges facing the aged care sector on a COVID normal world.
Dr Ian Norton talks with the Australian Meat Processor Corporation (AMPC) about what meat processors need to consider to enable them to be COVID-Safe and ensure the continued supply of meat to the Australian market.
Dr Ian Norton talks with Greg Keith, CEO of Grant Thornton, about how businesses can safely return their staff to offices, and about how Respond Global assisted them with the reopening of their offices across Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.
In June 2020, Dr Ian Norton and his team at Respond Global partnered with EarthTech, a global social enterprise that specialises in building and scaling high-impact social ventures that improve people’s lives and the planet. This powerful union aims to disrupt the emergency response industry by empowering countries and organisations to respond efficiently and safely to local health emergencies.