The largest ever study of COVID-19 vaccine messaging shows that emphasising the personal benefits of vaccination may be the most effective way to persuade people who are sceptical about the jab.
Parents and carers reported that behavioural, emotional and attentional difficulties in their children changed considerably throughout the past year, increasing in times of national lockdown and decreasing as restrictions eased and schools reopened, according to the latest Co-SPACE (COVID-19 Supporting Parents, Adolescents, and Children in Epidemics) study, led by experts at the University of Oxford and supported by Oxford Health BRC.
Virtual YPAG session March 2021Written by Vanessa BennettReviewed and edited by Caitlin Brookes and Amelia Crook (NeurOX YPAG members) This was an opportunity for our remaining ‘long-standing’ members to reflect on their involvement and achievements since the start of the BeGOOD Citizens EIE programme in 2015. This programme has enabled young people to explore different…
A majority of survivors who left hospital following COVID-19 had not fully recovered five months after discharge and continued to experience negative impacts on their physical and mental health, as well as their ability to work, according to results released by a major national study into the longer-term effect of the COVID-19.