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Adam Steventon, Sarah Deeny and Ellen Coughlan explore how we can support better data analytics for social care within the context of the pandemic.
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Brhmie Balaram from NHSX and Adam Steventon from the Health Foundation discuss the new £1.5m research call into AI and racial and ethnic inequalities in health and care.
How has hospital use among those clinically extremely vulnerable to COVID-19 been impacted by the pandemic?
Using secondary care data linked to the shielded patient list, this analysis explores the pandemic's impact on hospital care use among clinically extremely vulnerable people during the first wave
Research at The Alan Turing Institute reveals who is most likely to believe online misinformation – and what can be done to tackle the problem.
Dr Becks Fisher, a GP in Oxford and Senior Policy Fellow at the Health Foundation, reflects on the length of GP consultations and asks whether these are in proportion with patient need.
COVID-19 has seen the rapid and widescale adoption of online and digital tools such as total triage and remote consultations. Is this shift affecting the prescribing behaviour of clinicians?
This analysis from the Networked Data Lab examines the evidence about those asked to shield during the pandemic and calls for a deeper understanding of the policy's impacts.
New analysis from the Improvement Analytics Unit looks at how shifts to total triage and remote consultation is impacting the use of emergency care.
New analysis from the Improvement Analytics Unit has found that multidisciplinary teams may increase emergency hospital use, at least in the short term.
This briefing explores IAUs evidence on how multidisciplinary teams may increase emergency hospital activity at least in the short term.