Researchers at the National Centre for Population Health & Wellbeing Research, funded by Welsh Government through Health and Care Research Wales, have launched a study to help inform how to improve health, education and wellbeing for all children in Wales.
Initial findings from a UK community-based COVID-19 study show that people with MS have no higher risk of contracting COVID-19 than the general population, during the early phase of the pandemic when strict precautions were taken.
The International Journal of Population Data Science (IJPDS) is proud to announce their inclusion in Scopus, ‘The largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature.’
As schools reopen, a survey of primary school staff in Wales shows that they support children going back to their classes, for the sake of their education and social development, but that they also have real concerns.
A team from Population Data Science at Swansea University, the University of Liverpool and the Cystic Fibrosis Trust spoke to us about their recent collaborative paper.
Parents concerned that their child may have autism spectrum disorder (ASD) can wait up to four years for a formal diagnosis, but online assessments can help reduce these delays, two new research studies from Swansea University have shown.
SAIL Databank to support UK-REACH: a new UK study launched to investigate COVID-19 risks for BAME healthcare staff
The new research study investigating the risks of COVID-19 on black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) healthcare workers has been launched, after evidence has emerged that higher proportions of associated deaths within these groups were recorded- more than twice that of the white population.
The International Population Data Linkage Network (IPDLN) and the International Journal of Population Data Science (IJPDS) based in Population Data Science at Swansea University are proud to announce their alliance with the signing of their first formal Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).
Population Data Science joins network of data experts looking to solve the UK’s most pressing health challenges
Population Data Science at Swansea University in partnership with Public Health Wales (PHW), NHS Wales Informatics Services (NWIS) and Social Care Wales, will receive funding of up to £400,000 over two years to form a new national network of experts who are working to address some of the biggest challenges facing health and care today, both in Wales and the UK.
Professor Ann John and colleagues point out that most firearms used by people who die from suicide have been in their homes for years – and that in the US, one in three homes with children contain firearms and in half of these homes, the firearms are not locked up.