A new study finds that NHS staff feel remote home monitoring methods improve patient care & also reduce the risk of staff and patients contracting Covid-19.
A collaboration between BRACE and RSET presents findings from the study to identify key characteristics of remote home monitoring models for COVID-19 exploring the important role it has for patients and staff experiences
New survey launched for health professionals as part of a project to explore the tensions and challenges of managing the risk of antimicrobial resistance in everyday health care practice.
Researchers from BRACE participate in a rapid evaluation of the national NHS remote home monitoring model for COVID-19 patients
Following the development of new vaccines in our fight against the SARS-CoV-2, Dr Williams and colleagues explore the priority setting decisions will need to be made .
This new article explores right-wing populist responses to the pandemic using fascistic themes developed by Albert Camus in his novel The Plague.
A study based on narratives from primary care practitioners, documenting their experiences during the pandemic.
Research to capture the experiences of primary care teams during the covid-19 pandemic
Dr Gemma McKenna highlights the pandemic's damaging effect on our children and young people's mental health
An incisive blog on the role of common sense in leadership
A discussion around the physical resource limitations in the fight against the coronavirus outbreak.
Professor Judith Smith on the vital role of steadying, supportive, values-led governance at this time of crisis.
What does it mean when government says they're "following the science"? Professor Martin Powell and Dr Sophie King-Hill discuss.
Mark Exworthy takes stock of the profound changes that are happening and what these may mean for future health service delivery and policy.
The problems we face today require that every one of us embraces the mantle of leadership available to us wherever we find ourselves in the current system. How then should we lead?
Steve Gulati, Director of Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Programme, reflects on the importance of good leadership in a crisis