In this section, you’ll find links to a number of other useful websites and resources related to COVID-19 research.
UKRI COVID-19 Hub
The UKRI Coronavirus Hub gives you the latest information on the work of UKRI and their research community in response to the crisis, what grants and awards they have made, and their continuing call to fund research ideas to limit the outbreak and protect life.
Visit the UKRI COVID-19 Hub
UK Data Service
The UK Data Service has launched a new COVID-19 theme page bringing together information and links to a number of ongoing key COVID-19 studies.
Visit the UK Data Service COVID-19 theme page
Catalogue of Mental Health Measures
An interactive catalogue of mental health and wellbeing measures in British birth cohort and longitudinal studies. The Catalogue also details the longitudinal and cohort studies that have confirmed inclusion of a COVID-19 related mental health assessment in their new surveys.
Visit the Catalogue of Mental Health Measures
The Wellcome Trust’s Covid-19 Questionnaire
This questionnaire is available on request to population health researchers wishing to address health, behaviour, social, environmental and economic questions in the context of the pandemic. It is available in both RedCap and Qualtrics.
Visit the Wellcome COVID-19 Questionnaire website
International HundredK+ Cohorts Consortium (IHCC) Questionnaire
The IHCC COVID-19 Questionnaire is an open, collaborative effort led by the IHCC and Wellcome Trust, to assist sites in assessing the impact of COVID-19 across countries. It includes measures of physical and mental health, as well as the behavioural, economic, societal, and environmental impact of the pandemic on individuals and households.
Visit the IHCC COVID-19 Questionnaire website
Network of longitudinal studies focusing on the global mental health impact of the pandemic. The network is funded by the Wellcome Trust.
Visit the COVID-MINDS website
Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST)
Rapid response content from POST on COVID-19.
Visit the POST website
House of Commons Library
Read the latest COVID-19 research and analysis from the House of Commons Library.
Visit the Commons Library website