The Covid-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on all of our lives. Both the spread of the virus and the measures taken to halt or manage it, have necessitated major changes in how we do things.
Health and care organisations, like hospitals, surgeries and care homes have all had to adapt, but the same has also been true of other organisations such as schools and youth services, as well as individuals. Some of these alterations may prove temporary, while others, whether it be changes in personal behaviour or new innovations in service provision, may be more enduring.
Researchers from across the University of Plymouth and the public health team at the City Council, have been undertaking a diverse range of projects related in some way to the impact and challenges posed by Covid-19 and its associated affects.
The research aims to highlight key examples of this work and providing links to more in-depth information.
You can find out more about the range of research and the findings here: https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/research/lived-experience-of-covid