This section outlines some of the collaborative COVID-19 research projects that we are currently involved in.
Public perceptions and behavioural responses during COVID-19
We carried out a cross-sectional population survey (17-18 March 2020) among UK adults to explore the public's risk perceptions during the early phase of the COVID-19 epidemic and their willingness and ability to follow government guidance around social distancing and working from home.
Home testing for COVID-19
We are supporting antibody testing usability studies and public involvement as part of the REACT (Real-time Assessment of Community Transmission) study. This is a major programme of home testing for COVID-19 that is being carried out by Imperial College London in partnership with Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and IpsosMORI.
Impact of COVID-19 on people living with HIV in the UK
We are looking to explore how COVID-19 is influencing the health and wellbeing of adults living with HIV in the UK, from the perspective of individuals, carers, healthcare workers and other sources of support. Please note: an ethics application for this study is currently being prepared.
For all reports from the Imperial College COVID-19 Response Team, please visit Imperial's MRC Centre for Global Infectious Disease Analytics dedicated COVID-19 page.