Creative Futures Exchange - Approaches to Internationalising the CurriculumBen Thomas, Daniel Ashton & Aurelia Ayisi
Work After Lockdown: No Going BackJane Parry, Zoe Young, Stephen Bevan, Michail Veliziotis, Yehuda Baruch, Mina Beigi, Zofia Bajorek, Sarah Richards & Chira Tochia
The project has completed three waves of research, relating to distinct phases of the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions introduced in the UK and, which enforced working from home for formerly office-based employees. This report presents insights from the waves of data collection and summarises the learnings and implications for employers and policy makers. The authors of this report are grateful for the support and participation of a wide range of individuals and organisations in sharing their...
Bias in bones: integrating sex into skeletal health and research policy to improve public health outcomesClaire Clarkin, Valentina Cardo, Aikta Sharma & Julie Greeves
Work After Lockdown: No Going BackJane Parry, Zoe Young & Stephen Bevan
The sudden and enforced mass migration of office workers to working from home during the pandemic provided a unique opportunity to follow employers and employees as they adapted to new challenges. This briefing document will be of particular use to directors of human resources, directors of strategy, agile working leads, CEOs, and policy communities. Work After Lockdown is a major cross-institutional research project led by University of Southampton, funded by the Economic & Social Research...
Creative Futures Exchange - Creative Industries PedagogiesDaniel Ashton, Ben Thomas & Aurelia Ayisi
Protecting wellbeing and resilience in BAME families and communities during a public health emergencyIyiola Solanke, florence ayisi, Claudia Bernard, Gargi Bhattacharyya, Anna Gupta, Raminder Kaur, Monica Lakhanpaul, Sabu Padmadas, Shirin Rai & Maria Stokes
Ignoring race, gender and class when tackling a pandemic can undermine not only wellbeing across Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic families and communities (BAME FC) but also their levels of trust in government. A framework to protect wellbeing and resilience in BAME FC during public health emergencies was developed by Co-POWeR to ensure that laws and guidance adopted are culturally competent.
Improving access to medicines to support palliative care at home: challenges and opportunitiesSue Latter, Natasha Campling, Jacqueline Birtwistle, Alison Richardson, Michael Bennett, David Meads, Alison Blenkinsopp, Liz Breen, Zoe Edwards, Claire Sloan, Elizabeth Miller, Sean Ewings, Miriam Santer & Lesley Roberts
Background: Patient and carer access to medicines during the last 12 months of life (end-of-life) is critical for control of symptoms, including pain and distress, and for reducing urgent, unplanned use of healthcare services. However, data from our previous studies suggested that prescription, dispensing, supply and associated information given about medicines are experienced by patients as often difficult, demanding, lacking co-ordination, and involves a multiplicity of professionals. Although evidence is suggestive of patient and carer...