COVID-19 ethics and social science research projects

Hannah Christensen

Social contacts and mixing patterns under COVID19 social distancing measures

Faculty of Health Sciences, Bristol Medical School

Katie Wong

The experiences of the UK Chinese during the COVID-19 pandemic: A qualitative analysis

Faculty of Health Sciences, Bristol Medical School

Emma Williamson

The Impact of the Covid19 pandemic on domestic violence and abuse (DVA) in England

Faculty of Social Sciences and Law, School of Policy Studies

Richard Huxtable

COVID-19 Clinical Ethics Support (CCES)

Faculty of Health Sciences, Bristol Medical School

Karen West

Virtual Compassionate Communities for Extraordinary Circumstances

Faculty of Social Sciences and Law, School of Policy Studies

Gemma Lasseter

Use of digital technologies and self-reported loneliness by older individuals self-isolating during COVID-19

Faculty of Health Sciences, Bristol Medical School, Population Health Sciences

Jonathan Evans 

Online mental wellbeing management for pregnant women during COVID-19

Faculty of Health Sciences, Population Health Sciences

Susan Halford

Digital Inequality – COVID and beyond

Faculty of Social Science and Law, School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies

Eric Herring

COVID-19 response and sustainable development in Somalia/Somaliland

Faculty of Social Sciences and Law, School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies
 
This project has been funded the University of Bristol’s QR GCRF Strategy 2018-2021, which is funded through Research England. 

Jian Zhao

Children and adolescents’ mental health and association with sleep pattern during the COVID-19 pandemic

Faculty of Health Sciences, Bristol Medical School

This project has been funded the University of Bristol’s QR GCRF Strategy 2018-2021, which is funded through Research England.

Judy Laing

Strengthening monitoring of the treatment and well-being of persons deprived of their liberty during the Covid-19 response       

Faculty of Social Sciences and Law, Bristol Law School

Meg Attwood

Investigating the impact of a global pandemic (COVID-19) on adolescent anxiety and cognitive function

Faculty of Life Sciences, School of Psychological Science

Howard Thom   

Cost-effectiveness of the UK covid-19 response 

Faculty of Health Sciences, Bristol Medial School

Patricia Lucas

Emergency food responses to the COVID-19 pandemic - a case study of provision in Bristol

Faculty of Social Sciences and Law, School of Policy Studies

Angeliki Papadaki            

Do Meals on Wheels deliver more than just meals? Exploring the experiences of community service providers delivering meals to self-isolating adults during COVID-19            

Faculty of Social Sciences and Law, School of Policy Studies         

Harriet Fisher    

Supporting vulnerable young people during the pandemic and beyond: The response of youth organisations       

Faculty of Health Sciences, Bristol Medical School     

Naomi Warne    

Exploring self-harm and disordered eating as risk factors for poorer mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic       

Faculty of Health Sciences, Bristol Medical School, Population Health Sciences

Alex Kwong

The long term impact of COVID-19 on mental health: comparisons between health record linkage and observed longitudinal data

Faculty of Health Sciences, Bristol Medical School

This project has been funded by the Rosetrees Trust as part of our 2020 Mental Health funding call.

Felicity Sedgewick

The impact of COVID-19 and distance learning on undergraduate students’ resilience and psycho-social wellbeing: A three-stage study to explore, implement, and evaluate effective strategies to build student community

Faculty of Socials Sciences and Law, School of Education

This project has been funded by the Rosetrees Trust as part of our 2020 Mental Health funding call.

Jennifer Cooper

Forecasting the effects of COVID-19 on patient experience and service delivery across a whole mental health system: a computer simulation study

Faculty of Health Sciences, Bristol Medical School

This project has been funded by the Rosetrees Trust as part of our 2020 Mental Health funding call.

     

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