Four new research papers published with contributions from our Public Health and Health Inequalities, and Data Use workstream
Four research papers have recently been published under the Accelerator’s Public Health and Health Inequalities, and Data Use workstreams. These feature Public Health and Health Inequalities workstream lead, Prof. John Coggon (University of Bristol); workstream researcher Dr. Beth Kamunge-Kpodo (University...View content
UK Covid-19 Inquiry: Terms of Reference Consultation
Written response submitted by the UK Pandemic Ethics Accelerator’s Data Use workstream to the online consultation at www.ukcovid19inquiry.citizenspace.com
Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee call for evidence: Coronavirus Act (2020) Two Years On
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UK Pandemic Ethics Accelerator / Pandemic and Beyond – Joint Commissioning Call – Policy implications of AHRC-funded ethics and data-handling research during Covid-19: a meta-analysis and review of Covid-19 research from projects in the Pandemic & Beyond portfolio
The UK Pandemic Ethics Accelerator and Pandemic and Beyond seek to jointly commission a substantial piece of ethics research from an external academic(s) to support their current inquiries.
Issues and options for UK social care data policy: A seminar report from the LCTcovid.org webinar, ‘What policy for UK social care data needs to do now’
Issues and options for UK social care data policy: A seminar report from the LCTcovid.org webinar, 'What policy for UK social care data needs to do now'
Data use and Public health and health inequalities workstream’s joint response to the mandatory vaccination among frontline health and care staff in England consultation
This is a joint response by the Data use and Public health and health inequalities workstreams to the Department of Health and Social Care consultation on mandatory vaccination in the NHS.
A levels 2021: understanding grade inflation, inequalities and data flows during covid-19 assessments
In this review we assess why grade inflation is a risk, and to whom. But our review also finds that other serious issues are also at stake for students.
Response to NHSX Data Saves Lives Consultation
The Accelerator’s Data use workstream response to the NHSX Data Saves Lives Consultation
Rapid response to: How the nursing profession should adapt for a digital future
In this letter to the Editor, Cian O'Donovan responds to a paper in the BMJ on emerging technologies that may impact nursing and healthcare. He argues that the cultures and histories of nursing should not be seen as an impediment...View contentlaunch
Making people visible in care home data
In this blog for the International Long-Term Care Policy Network Cian O'Donovan writes about the Rapid Ethics Review of data use in the UK care home sector, in which he and colleagues argue that data infrastructures expanded to monitor and...View contentlaunch