Lack of adequate rehabilitation has serious consequences for individuals and risks increasing healthcare costs, says this Editorial
The pandemic has increased the use of online meetings in a range of settings. Three psychiatrists with experience of conducting virtual interviews tell Abi Rimmer how you can succeed
This study found that the methodological quality of individual participant data meta-analyses was unsatisfactory
Any future attempts to reduce the spread of covid-19 should be focused on tackling close airborne transmission of the virus, say Julian W Tang and colleagues
The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation has played a crucial role in advising prioritisation and scheduling in the UK, writes Jo Best.
In light of recent concerns about the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine, sustained and clear communication from trusted sources is needed to maintain uptake as the evidence evolves
People discharged from hospital after covid-19 appear to have increased rates of multiorgan dysfunction, finds new research
Healthcare services must be reconfigured to manage enduring multimorbidity following covid-19