A hub for researchers, decision-makers, and user groups to understand how Covid-19 is impacting on law, culture, society, health and the Arts
The Pandemic and Beyond brings together 70+ teams of researchers across the UK who are exploring the wide-ranging impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic and looking for solutions.
Our virtual hub connects research teams with each other and with user groups and decision-makers. Our aim is to ensure that expertise and resources are shared and that decisions about how best to tackle the pandemic and its aftermath is informed by relevant research on culture, society, law, Arts and health.
Our work is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.
The Pandemic and Beyond podcasts showcase the vital contribution that Arts and Humanities research has made to Covid-19 response and recovery.
- Masking emotions & sterilising care: ‘reset’ ethics and the unintended consequences of COVID-19The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has caused far-reaching consequences for health systems worldwide. In responding to the pandemic, decision-makers have to […]
- The Arts and Humanities Contribution to Covid-19 Research and Recovery: a snapshotby Pascale Aebischer, Des Fitzgerald, Sarah Hartley, Rachael Nicholas and Victoria Tischler In this blog post, we present a snapshot of what we have learned […]
- Still not Seen or Heard: The voice and experiences of people with learning disabilities during Covid-19By Professor Matthew Reason, Principal Investigator of the ‘Creative Doodle Book’ project. The Creative Doodle Book project is a collaboration […]