During Carers Week, Anne Alarilla, Fiona Grimm and Mai Stafford explored who was providing care during the second wave of the pandemic and why this is important.
Category: Health, Medicine and Social Care
Louise Arsenault introduces the vision behind the Catalogue of Mental Health Measures.
Andrew Jones uses data from Understanding Society to explore the health impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Patty Doran and Vanessa Higgins highlight how the range of survey and longitudinal data in the UK Data Service collection can give context for the current inequalities being experienced due to the coronavirus lockdown.
Cameron Brick on using the diverse range of openly available psychological data, including from the UK Data Service.
Laura J Brown has used two British cohort studies to explore how environmental circumstances impact on whether women choose to breastfeed their babies.
Sean Semple and Linsay Gray have been analysing data on second-hand smoke and discovering that a zero result may not mean what you’d expect!
Roisin Ryan explores data from the Millennium Cohort Study to understand if there is evidence of a link between drinking during pregnancy and autism in their child.
Do some groups of people might find it difficult to change their behaviour and save more energy due to their life circumstances such as poor health? Dr Milena Buchs discusses her findings from analysing Understanding Society data.
Across the developed world, a growing share of the population suffers from chronic disease such as diabetes, arthritis or heart problems and that affects their ability to work. But how do the self-employed cope with such conditions, when compared with those in employment? Maria Fleischmann and Jenny Head discuss new researchwhich shows these differences in work status can make a major difference.