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The Centre for Intelligent Healthcare's Response to COVID-19

The Centre for Intelligent Healthcare's Response to COVID-19

The coronavirus (COVID-19) is having a significant direct impact on people's health and the healthcare services. Our researchers at the Centre for Inetlligent Healthcare have been exploring these impacts and sharing their expert thoughts on a variety of topics affecting us all in these unprecedented times.

On this page, you will find a collection of articles and blogs written by our experts to help you understand and prepare for what is happening in the world around us and discuss what the healthcare services are (and can be) doing in response.

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Connecting to support

Dr Lorna O'Doherty believes there will be a spike in the number of victims of sexual violence seeking help once lockdown measures ease and that technology is key to reaming connected to sources of support.

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Improving respiratory rate measurement technology

Research identifies that new technology could be the key to early diagnosis of severe illness, providing the vital time to make lifesaving decisions.

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Hope in a Crisis

Coventry University, Hope For The Community CIC and Macmillan Cancer Support has adapted online courses to support people with long-term illnesses manage their mental wellbeing during lockdown and isolation.

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Sexual Assault Survivors in Lockdown

The MESARCH study is adapting to generate time critical evidence to inform sexual assault support services in circumstances of a pandemic.


Bad eating habits and lockdown

The Taste and See project adapts to help us break the bad eating habits that we might have developed during the COVID-19 lockdown.

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