COVID-19

As UK health care organisations continue to deal with the impact of the coronavirus, research groups also have a responsibility to do what they can. NIHR ARC Northwest London is no different.

As our work develops, you will find here information about what we are doing.

BAME Focussed COVID-19 Research Hub and COVID-19 Research Funding Calls

Tackling concerns about the COVID-19 Vaccines

People from Black ethnic groups were most likely to be diagnosed with COVID-19 and death rates from COVID-19 were highest among people of Black and Asian ethnic groups. However BAME communities are less likely to take a COVID-19 vaccination.

The following information has been put together to tackle concerns and highlight the truth behind being vaccinated for COVID-19.

BAME COVID-19 Research Projects and Media Coverage

Black, Asian and ethnic minorities make up a large proportion of the population in Northwest London. Ongoing COVID-19 investigations show that Black, Asian and ethnic minorities appear to be disproportionately affected by COVID-19 in the UK.

The following research focuses on priority areas to help tackle this disproportion.

COVID-19 Research Calls

COVID-19 Research Funding Calls

Find out about any available funding to support COVID-19 Research

NIHR ARC Northwest London COVID Projects

Partner Organisation COVID Community Research

Imperial College London COVID-19 Reports

Our academic partner, Imperial College School for Public Health, produce regular COVID-19 reports.

Imperial College London COVID-19 Community Involvement

Prof. Helen Ward, the Engagement and Involvement theme lead for NIHR ARC Northwest London, is the Director of the Patient Experience Research Centre. PERC are leading community involvement initiative to rapidly capture the opinions, experiences, preferences and unmet needs of communities in the UK during this outbreak.