COVID-19 in-patient hospital mortality by ethnicity
Authors:Santorelli G, Sheldon T, West J et al.
Source: Wellcome Open Res 2020, 5(86)
*version 1; peer review: 2 approved
Enhancing COVID-19 decision making by creating an assurance case for epidemiological models.
Authors: Habli, Ibrahim & Alexander, Rob & Hawkins, Richard & Sujan, Mark & McDermid, John & Picardi, Chiara & Lawton, Tom.
Source: BMJ Health & Care Informatics 27 e100165
DOI:https://doi.org/27. 100165. 10.1136/bmjhci-2020-100165.
Experiences of lockdown during the Covid-19 pandemic: descriptive findings from a survey of families in the Born in Bradford study
Authors: Dickerson J, Kelly B, Lockyer B et al.
Source: Wellcome Open Res 5 (228)
*version 1; peer review: 1 approved, 1 approved with reservations
Findings from an OMFS Journal Club: Is COVID 19 The Catalyst We Have Needed to Embrace Technology?
Authors: Aulakh, Gurnam & Duggal, Simone & Sutton, Mr.
Source: British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.
Life in lockdown: A telephone survey to investigate the impact of COVID-19 lockdown measures on the lives of older people (≥ 75years).
Authors:Brown L, Mossabir R, Harrison N, Brundle C, Smith J, Clegg A.
Source: Age Ageing 2020; afaa255,
Reduced ICU demand with early CPAP and proning in COVID-19 at Bradford: a single centre cohort.
Tom Lawton, Kate M Wilkinson, Aaron Corp, Rabeia Javid, Laura MacNally, Michael McCooe, Elizabeth Newton.
Source: medRxiv 2020.06.05.20123307;
Telehealth rehabilitation for adults with cochlear implants in response to the Covid-19 pandemic: platform selection and case studies
Authors: Julie M. Carter, Catherine F. Killan & Jillian J. Ridgwell
Source: Cochlear Implants International
The Born in Bradford COVID-19 Research Study: Protocol for an adaptive mixed methods research study to gather actionable intelligence on the impact of COVID-19 on health inequalities amongst families living in Bradford
Authors: Mceachan, Rosemary & Dickerson, Josie & Bridges, Sally & Bryant, Maria & Cartwright, Christopher & Islam, Shahid & Lockyer, Bridget & Rahman, Aamnah & Sheard, Laura & West, Jane & Lawlor, Deborah & Sheldon, Trevor & Wright, John & Pickett, Kate.
Source: Wellcome Open Research
DOI: 5. 191. 10.12688/wellcomeopenres.16129.1.
Twin epidemics of covid-19 and non-communicable disease.
Authors: Sheldon TA, Wright J
Source: BMJ 369 m2618
Urticaria (angioedema) and COVID‐ 19 infection.
Authors: Shahzad, Fanila & Ghaderi, Nader & Ansari, Kaveh & Jacob, Badie & Wright, Andrew
Source: Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology. 34.
Academic Tweets related to COVID-19
In addition to our staff publications we have collated together a Twitter feed of tweets from academic accounts on key topics of Critical and Emergency care, Infection Control, Microbiology and Respiratory Care. This creates another avenue to keep updated on the latest publications related to COVID-19.
Respiratory nursing hits the Isle of Wight. What a blast. Fields, fresh air and sunshine. Flipflops and shorts maybe a wee bit of glitter. Wonderful break from the ‘C’ word. Chill pic.twitter.com/gHz1Kzs8dI— Joanne King (@joanne_king1) September 19, 2021
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#AntimicrobialResistance #AMR #Staphylococcusaureus #MRSA
#Bordetellapertussis #WhoopingCough #VaccinesWork https://bit.ly/Eurosurv2637