HCRI Academics continue to make an impact in COVID-19 Research
Last week, HCRI launched a new COVID-19 pandemic page dedicated to the research HCRI academics have produced on COVID-19 recovery, humanitarian affairs, and global health.
HCRI have summarised the highlights and latest research contributions below.
Drs Nathaniel O’Grady, Ayham Fattoum and Professor Duncan Shaw are part of a multidisciplinary project involving academics from across the university, disseminating recommendations in the form of; a weekly Recovering from COVID-19 briefing, webinars, and blogs.
The latest contributions to COVID-19 recovery include:
The seven principles of decision-making during COVID-19 recovery Dr Ayham Fattoum, June 2020
ISO 22395:2018, Security and resilience – Community resilience – Guidelines for supporting vulnerable persons in an emergency Professor Duncan Shaw, June 2020
Check out HCRI’s page to view more on COVID-19 recovery.
Health workers fighting coronavirus around the world threatened by violence NBC News, featuring Dr Larissa Fast, May 2020
A global outlook: Humanitarian insight within COVID-19 clinical research Professor Paul Dark, May 2020
Healthcare workers are still coming under attack during the COVID-19 pandemic Dr Sophie Roborgh and Dr Larissa Fast, April 2020
To raise the voices for peace, the UN Security Council's Permanent 5 must also submit themselves to a global ceasefire Professor Mandy Turner, May 2020
How can lessons from Ebola help inform the responses to COVID-19? Dr Larissa Fast, May 2020