Larner Associates has a world class group of Expert Associates who can help you adapt to the age of Pandemics. Our medical experts span the range of medical expertise that can complement your own medical community and cover the key specialties.

Our experts cover the specialities  of Virology, Immunology, Genetics, Pathology and Respiratory Science. Our Epidemiologists can make sense of the confusing numbers, biases, statistical manipulation and political slants that you hear at a national level. They can provide clarification and defensibility against the spectre of local lockdowns being imposed arbitrarily and can also work with your risk committee to plan for future event horizons.

Uniquely, our medical experts work hand in glove with our sector experts who have deep knowledge of, for example, maritime, regional airport and transportation hubs, sport and leisure, education, social care and health systems.

We have been involved in some of the largest and most complex Public Sector projects in the UK, that have often involved significant cultural change programs and financial re-engineering. 

Because of this we can be most effective at the intersection of the Public and Private sectors, that in the immediate future of economic challenge will be the most important “survive and adapt” requirement.

Whilst we have partnered with technology providers who have solutions for making mass movement safe; exceptional levels of sanitization of buildings and safe bubbles for events and test, track and trace solutions that are gold standard, we can also help answer the big questions:

  • How will social distancing affect customer behavior in education, lifestyle, leisure and sports and investment planning?

  • What is the long-term impact on transportation if travel patterns are changed forever?

  • How will food security be viewed, and supply chains be adjusted in the short, medium and
    long term?


  • Which countries and regions, with what ideologies and political systems will be the big winners
    and losers?


  • What implications do these shifts in global power and influence have for waste management, environmental concerns, seasonal labour requirements at a regional level?

  • Will there be a shift from internationalism to a more regional and local shape of trade and
    economic activity?