Understanding COVID-19: Viewpoints

An older woman recieving an injection
An older woman recieving an injection

By Dr Naomh Gallagher, Programme Mana

A young girl studies at home

With a return to homeschooling we revisit our blog article Digital Technology and Home-schooling during COVID-19. By Claire Dorris, National Children’s Bureau and Maur

Drinking during lockdown

With January being a time when many examine their relationship with alcohol, we revisit our blog article Drinking during lockdown, what’s the big deal?

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By Dr Janice Bailie, Assistant Director, Health and Social Care (HSC) Research & Development (R&D) Division of the Public Health Agency

Learning from COVID-19

By Bernie Pearson, R&D Approvals Change Manager, HSC Research & Development Division

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A group of Allied Health Professionals and friends from Northern Ireland and beyond have come together to share some Christmas cheer and mark the end of this exceptional year.

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Dr Emma Berry, Lecturer in Health Psychology, School of Psychology, Queen’s University Belfast

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Michelle Tennyson, PHA Assistant Director, Allied Health Professions and Public Involvement

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Dr Claire Neil and Maurice Meehan - Public Health Agency

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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, we have been able to develop a greater understanding of the infection as a result of having more data generated by the rapid introduction of disease specific surveillance programmes.