Covid-19 Research

Covid-19 has had a profound and long lasting impact on our lives. Whilst the impact of Covid-19 has been experienced by everyone, people have experienced it in every different ways.

 

In order to understand these impacts we have been conducting narrative and mixed methods research since March 2020.  To date we have published six reports into the impact of Covid-19 from our narrative data. These can be accessed below:

Covid-19 report one

Covid-19 report two - theoretical framework

Covid-19 report three

Covid-19 Impact on Cumbria 

Report 4: Covid-19 Mental Health Survey Findings

Covid-19 Research Further Findings July 2020

Impact of Covid-19 Report Six Deep Dives

Covid Report 7 March 2021 Final

These have been used by: The House of Lords, Cabinet Office, The Department for Health and Social Care, The Department for Education and local planning boards.

We are now inviting people to complete our new survey in order to develop an understanding of how the pandemic has affected people over time, you can complete this here:  https://cumbria.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/covid19-impact-survey

 

This project is supported by the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration for the North East and North Cumbria.

 

For more information please contact us below:

 

Covid research: kaz.stuart@cumbria.ac.uk

Email: CRiHS@cumbria.ac.uk

Facebook: CRHealthandSociety

Twitter: @CentreCrihs

Linkedin: Centre for Research in Health and Society

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