As the UK moves into a new phase of its COVID-19 response, Rob Davies explores how CLOSER’s work has ensured that longitudinal data and research will remain at the forefront of the country’s response to the pandemic, now and in the future.
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As part of a new series where CLOSER introduces new studies which have recently joined us, Kate Coughlin, ELSA Project Manager, introduces the study, their work on COVID-19 and its future aims.
In our latest blog, Dr Orian Brook explores evidence from the ONS Longitudinal Study that shows the long-standing social exclusiveness of cultural occupations.
In the final blog of a 3-part series by Understanding Society, Kelly Reeve looks at what the first UK lockdown meant for grandparents’ relationships with grandchildren and for parents who do not live with their children.
In the second blog post in a 3-part series by Understanding Society, Chris Coates, Research Impact and Project Manager at Understanding Society, takes a look at the implications posed by early research findings from their COVID-19 survey launched last year.
In the first of a 3-part blog series, CLOSER Partner Study, Understanding Society, takes a look at how they rapidly adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In our first blog of 2021, Prof Rebecca Hardy, CLOSER Director, reflects on how a life course approach can aid understanding of the likely long-term impacts of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, from mental health and obesity to economic and educational inequalities.
In our final blog this year, Professor Elaine Dennison, Deputy Director of the Hertfordshire Cohort Study, takes a look at the lockdown experiences of the participants of the study during the First Wave of COVID-19.