BAME men experienced a much greater deterioration in their mental health during the COVID-19 lockdown than their white British counterparts, but ethnicity had no impact on women’s declining mental health, a new study suggests.
Public policy as related to health issues, such as alcohol, smoking, drugs and exercise.
The work of a panel to help individuals and governments work together to understand how to cope with these changes under COVID-19 and lead to better wellbeing policy.
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.
An article published today in the British Medical Journal argues that health inequalities are likely to widen without action to support those must vulnerable to the economic and other effects of social distancing measures.
A policy briefing providing an overview of the likely implications of Brexit for UK crisis management in the context of EU health security – pandemic preparedness.
A new report from the Institute of Health and Wellbeing called Enabling Health and Wellbeing in Later Life, a system that links older people to local community resources through their general practices.
Professor Jane Duckett introduces a project to explore the relationship between Chinese people’s attitudes to the healthcare system and how they use it.
A study led by public health Professor Jill Pell indicates that the smoking ban has resulted in a decrease in preterm delivery in pregnancy.
Introduction to a research project to evaluate the legacy of the 2014 Commonwealth Games, specifically how regeneration in the East End influences the health and lifestyle of local residents.