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COVID-19

Learning about new service models, workflows, and other changes in response to the practical and ethical challenges of the pandemic

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Ethical principles and a practical approach to support policy making through the next phases of the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond
6 July 2023
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A qualitative study of the dynamics of access to remote antenatal care through the lens of candidacy
26 April 2023
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Mixed-methods exploration of views on choice in a university asymptomatic COVID-19 testing programme
1 March 2023
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What is in the toolkit (and what are the tools)? How to approach the study of doctor–patient communication
13 February 2023
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Clinicians’ and patients’ experiences of managing heart failure during the COVID-19 pandemic: a qualitative study
4 January 2023
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Guiding organisational decision-making about COVID-19 asymptomatic testing in workplaces: mixed-method study to inform an ethical framework
7 October 2022
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What we learned from service users, carers, and mental health staff about access to NHS secondary mental health services during the COVID-19 pandemic
6 January 2022
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How to specify healthcare process improvements collaboratively using rapid, remote consensus-building
14 June 2021
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A qualitative study of experiences of NHS mental healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic
21 May 2021
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Remote care for mental health: qualitative study with service users, carers and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic
27 April 2021
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Specialty COPD care during COVID-19: perspectives on remote delivery
20 April 2021
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Learning from COVID-19 intensive care patient experiences
17 March 2021
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