Publication Category: COVID-19 recovery and learning

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Rationale for the shielding policy for clinically vulnerable people in the UK during the COVID-19 pandemic: a qualitative study

Porter, A., Akbari, A., Carson‐Stevens, A., Dale, J., Dixon, L., Edwards, A., Sewell, B. & Snooks, H. (2023). Rationale for the shielding policy for clinically vulnerable people in the uk during the covid-19 pandemic: a qualitative study. BMJ Open, 13(8), e073464. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2023-073464

2023

The cost of implementing the COVID-19 shielding policy in Wales

Sewell B, Farr A, Akbari A, Carson-Stevens A, Dale J, Edwards A, Evans BA, John A, Torabi F, Jolles S, Kingston M, Lyons J, Lyons RA, Porter A, Watkins A, Williams V, Snooks H. The cost of implementing the COVID-19 shielding policy in Wales. BMC Public Health. 2023 Nov 26;23(1):2342.

2023

Too much is too much: Influence of former stress levels on food craving and weight gain during the COVID-19 period

Granger, R., & Kubis, H. P. (2023). Too much is too much: Influence of former stress levels on food craving and weight gain during the COVID-19 period. PLoS ONE, 18(4 April).

2023

What innovations can address inequalities experienced by women and girls due to the COVID-19 pandemic across the different areas of life/domains: work, health, living standards, personal security, participation and education?

Spencer, L.H., Hartfiel, N., Hendry, A., Anthony, B., Makanjuola, A., Pisavadia, K., Davies, J., Bray, N., Hughes, D., Wilkinson, C., Fitzsimmons, D., Edwards, R.T. (2022). What innovations can address inequalities experienced by women and girls due to the COVID-19 pandemic across the different areas of life/domains: work, health, living standards, personal security, participation and education? Report number – RR00027 (January 2022).

2022

Which innovations can improve timeliness of investigations and address the backlog in endoscopy for patients with potential symptoms of upper and lower Gastrointestinal (GI) cancers?

Hendry, A., Anthony B.F., Charles, J.M., Hartfiel, N., Roberts, J., Spencer, L.H., Bray, N., Wilkinson, C & Edwards, R.T. (August 2021). Which innovations can improve timeliness of investigations and address the backlog in endoscopy for patients with potential symptoms of upper and lower Gastrointestinal (GI) cancers? RR_00003. (August 2021) 

2021

Have infection control and prevention measures resulted in any adverse outcomes for care home and domiciliary care residents and staff?

Spencer, L. H., Hartfiel, N., Hendry, A., Anthony, B., Makanjuola, A., Bray, N., Hughes, D.A., Wilkinson, C, Fitzsimmons, D & Edwards, R.T. (November 2021) Have infection control and prevention measures resulted in any adverse outcomes for care home and domiciliary care residents and staff? Report number – RR_00018 (November 2021). Wales COVID-19 Evidence Centre

2021