This post presents early findings from the Childcare and Wellbeing in Times of COVID-19 project which combines comprehensive secondary data analysis with in-depth qualitative interviews and co-production activities to understand the impact of COVID-19 on families’ childcare arrangements and wellbeing.
The University of Edinburgh’s innovative MSc by Research in Health Humanities and Arts will welcome its third intake of students in September 2021. Fancy joining them?
Sarah Christison explores how relatives' attitudes towards care home visiting restrictions have evolved over the course of the Covid-19 pandemic, and the potential implications for future public health policy in Scotland.
This month we issued our first newsletter outlining the recent activities of our team and affiliates and the ways in which you can get involved with the Research Training Centre.
DAHLIA-19 is an international research study exploring domestic abuse policy and practice for survivors, children and perpetrators during the Covid-19 pandemic in the UK, Ireland, South Africa and Australia.
Research Training Centre affiliates, Professor Ailsa Henderson and Dr Oliver Escobar, are looking for two interns to join their research team at Scotland's first Citizens' Assembly.
Researchers at the University of Edinburgh are part of a new international study examining the global responses to domestic violence during Covid-19.
Professor Alison Koslowski and Dr Jackie Gulland from the University of Edinburgh recently delivered a webinar on Ethics in Disability Research Co-production alongside members of the DRILL Ethics Committee.