COVID-19 Longitudinal Health and Wellbeing Study Overview by Co-Leads Professor Nish Chaturvedi and Professor Jonathan Sterne
The Wellcome Longitudinal Population Studies COVID-19 Questionnaire Secretariat – one year on and what’s next?
Summary of the Wellcome Longitudinal Population Studies COVID-19 Questionnaire Secretariat – one year on and what’s next? By David Porteous, Robin Flaig, Lynn Molloy and Nic Timpson
This is a Data Impact Blog from UK Data Service written by Dr Bozena Wielgoszewska. In this blog, Bozena reflects on the importance of good communication in her collaboration for the COVID-19 Longitudinal Health and Wellbeing National Core Study.
Update of the long COVID Convalescence Study Deep Phenotyping Clinic.
Robin Flaig, Deputy Director of the UK LLC, talks us through how the idea for this new resource has been bubbling for many years and how the coronavirus pandemic accelerated its development.
Launching an important piece of UK research infrastructure: the UK Longitudinal Linkage Collaboration
UK LLC CLOSER Blog, with Robin Flaig, Deputy Director of the UK LLC
Dr Charlotte Booth, Dr Bozena Wielgoszewska, and Dr Wels Jacques talk us through how their research shows that furlough was useful in protecting mental health, but not without its drawbacks.
Dr Ellen Thompson explains work on risk factors for Long Covid, using data from many UK Longitudinal Population studies and Electronic Health Records.
Dr Jacques Wels explains that furloughed workers were less likely that those who lost their jobs to report psychological distress, poor health, low life satisfaction and loneliness. But when compared with those who remained working, furloughed workers were at greater risk of each of these outcomes.
Dr Sarah Akhtar Baz, Dr Chao Fang and Dr Laura Sheard disscuss the significant barriers to accessing healthcare support that people with Long COVID are facing.