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Abstract Introduction Violent encounters with police represent a significant cause of morbidity and mortality in the USA, especially among Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour (BIPOC). This study characterises trends in fatal police shootings overall and by armed status and quantifies…

– When we sing it sounds like there are more of us: Findings from the first cohort of the Carer’s Music Fund In 2019, 81% of carers declared they felt lonely or socially isolated as a result of their caring role…

Mitel survey of more than 4,000 consumers from the US, UK, France and Germany shows organisations making strides in CX despite unpredictable times; points to rise in use of online options Sixty percent of consumers report improvements in customer experience…

20% of COVID-19 patients receive a psychiatric diagnosis within 90 days New study suggests that having COVID-19 increases a person’s risk of developing psychiatric disorders, and that having a psychiatric disorder increases the chance of getting COVID-19. Almost 1 in…

“This is a stepping stone vaccine towards a more normal world but it will not be a gamechanger for Pfizer’s bottom line. This is a first-generation vaccine that can help policymakers swing our lives back towards normal but it should…

Alzheimer’s Research UK says proposed changes to the way new treatments are assessed could give the dementia drugs of the future ‘a better chance of getting to the people who need them’.   NICE has today (6 November) launched a public…

As part of our wellbeing data analysis programme, we worked with research partner Daisy Fancourt and her team at University College London on their analysis of their Covid-19 Social Study between March and September 2020. This looks at the data of more…

Today we publish our rapid evidence review findings on the effectiveness of wellbeing interventions with adults in the UK. We commissioned a rapid evidence assessment of impact evaluations that use the personal wellbeing measures from the Office for National Statistics: the ONS4. They measure life satisfaction,…

Death rates from people with severe COVID-19 in hospital have dropped to around a half of the rate at the peak of the pandemic, new research has revealed.  An analysis of over 21,000 hospital admissions, published in Critical Care Medicine, found…

Thousands of doctors in England have told a BMA survey that they have little or no confidence in the NHS to meet the needs of patients with Covid-19 as well as other conditions during the second wave. And those working…

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