Session Chair Profile

Health Reporter, The San Francisco Chronicle

Biography
Erin Allday is a health reporter who writes about infectious diseases, stem cells, neuroscience and consumer health topics like fitness and nutrition. She’s been on the health beat since 2006 (minus a nine-month stint covering Mayor Gavin Newsom). Before joining The Chronicle, Erin worked at newspapers all over the Bay Area and covered a little of everything, including business and technology, city government, and education. She was part of a reporting team that won a Polk Award for regional reporting in 2005, for a series of stories on outsourcing jobs from Santa Rosa to Penang, Malaysia. Erin started her journalism career at the Daily Californian student newspaper and many years later still calls Berkeley her home.


 Session Abstract – PMWC 2022 Silicon Valley

Track 1, June 28


Join us as we share the latest on respiratory variant trends, and as we discuss how health systems and other organizations can leverage learnings from these past two years as we look beyond the pandemic and towards enabling healthier outcomes for entire communities now and into the future.