COVID-19 has shown society can adapt to offer protection and recognises the value of social connections for community resilience. See how GCPH work is changing in this new context.
An email interview with Maureen McKenna, Executive Director of Education, Glasgow City Council, posted on the International Education News website.
People living in more socio-economically deprived areas had less access to a ‘good death’ than those in more affluent areas before the pandemic: now their prospects have significantly worsened.
Three possible scenarios which would set the UK on different courses in the recovery period after the immediate pandemic period, focused on the role of international trade in that strategy.
Part of a series that shares regular insights emerging from research in high poverty settings across Scotland. It focuses on the third sector and the collaborative response to supporting families.
A distillation of the current available school guidance from Norwegian authorities regarding the reopening of kindergartens and schools and a concentration on operational examples, which might inform decision-making within the Scottish education system.
Expert advice has been prominent in the COVID-19 crisis but understanding the relationship between experts and policymaking will be of particular importance as we move to the next stage.
A variety of surveys from researchers seeking to understand how the COVID-19 school closures have affected educators, families, and children.
COVID-19 and Food Train – more food security, kindness and dedication to vulnerable older people at home
How Food Train has rapidly adapted to ensure older people get meals and contact with others during COVID-19 and the lessons that will be useful for future policymaking.
Understanding the impacts of COVID-19 on the Glasgow City Region economy – gauging impacts through big data?
Using data that demonstrates the impact of the COVID-19 lockdown, this article argues that Glasgow city-region economy is an important lens to consider both these impacts and the routes to recovery.