34 publications that are related to Health and well-being , sorted by release date
Coronavirus and behaviour of the vaccinated population after being in contact with a positive case in England: 21 to 26 February 2022 (Latest release)Behaviour of fully vaccinated individuals not required to self-isolate after being in contact with a positive case of COVID-19, from the COVID Test and Trace Contacts Behavioural Insights Survey. Includes analysis of daily rapid lateral flow testing. Experimental Statistics.
Allweddeiriau: covid, vaccinated, covid contact, vaccine, covidvaccine, self-isolation
Coronavirus and third year or higher students in higher education, England: 29 November to 20 December 2021 (Latest release)Experimental statistics from the Student Experiences Insights Survey (SEIS) in England. Includes information on the behaviours, plans, opinions and well-being of higher education students in their third year or higher in the context of guidance on the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Allweddeiriau: well-being, university, mental health, COVID19, corona virus
Coronavirus, spending habits and socialising plans over Christmas, UK: January 2022 (Latest release)The effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on various aspects of society and economy over the Christmas season, using data from across UK government.
Allweddeiriau: Coronavirus, COVID-19, Christmas, retail, socialising
Coronavirus and changing attitudes towards vaccination, England: 7 to 16 September 2021 (Latest release)Changes in uptake and attitudes towards the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines, amongst adults who previously reported vaccine hesitancy.
Allweddeiriau: Coronavirus vaccine, Vaccine uptake, Vaccine hesitancy, Vaccine attitudes
Coronavirus and first year higher education students, England: 4 October to 11 October 2021 (Latest release)Experimental statistics from the Student Experiences Insights Survey (SEIS) in England. Includes information on the mental health and well-being, behaviours, plans, and opinions of first year higher education students in the context of guidance on the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Allweddeiriau: mental health, coronavirus, university, student, well-being
Eight in ten adults think social distancing is important – but four in ten actually do it (Latest release)Coronavirus restrictions have been gradually eased across Great Britain throughout 2021. Fewer adults are practising preventative measures and more people are travelling to work, but uncertainty about life returning to normal has increased.
Allweddeiriau: coronavirus, COVID-19, face masks, hand washing, social distancing
Allweddeiriau: coronavirus, COVID-19, vaccine passports
A qualitative study of adults aged 16 to 29 years looking into reasons why they are hesitant towards a coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine.
Allweddeiriau: covidvaccines, attitudes towards vaccination, anti-vax, young people, ethnic minorities
Hesitancy towards a coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine, based on the Opinions and Lifestyle Survey (OPN) covering the period 23 June to 18 July 2021. Additional analysis examines hesitancy in areas of Great Britain between 7 January to 28 March and 28 April to 18 July 2021.
Allweddeiriau: covidvaccines, attitudes, vaccine hesitancy, COVID19, COVID 19, corona virus
Coronavirus vaccine hesitancy falling across the regions and countries of Great Britain (Latest release)Adults from all English regions, Scotland and Wales became increasingly likely to say they would accept the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine during the first half of 2021, with some of the biggest changes seen among people in self-reported bad health.
Allweddeiriau: coronavirus, COVID-19, vaccine, hesitancy, regions