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Prediction models for diagnosis and prognosis of covid-19: systematic review and critical appraisal. Professor Laure Wynants

Context, context, context: how has covid-19 changed implementation globally and how can we ‘lock in’ learning? Laura Swaithes, Krysia Dziedzic, Charlotte A Sharp, Benhamin Ellis, Nicola Walsh. Rheumatology, June 2020.

Researchers from Keele University and institutions from across Europe, including the University of Oxford, reviewed 27 research studies that propose models for the diagnosis and prognosis of patients with Covid-19.

COVID-19 studies based on potentially 'weak and over-optimistic' data, warn Keele researchers.

Keele Impact Accelerator Unit (IAU) has launched a new guide for how to stay active and keep well during lockdown, aimed at people over 70 who are suffering with joint pain and other long term health conditions.
Top tips for health and wellbeing during COVID-19 lockdown.

Keele is also planning a qualitative study to explore the experience of rapid uptake of remote consultation technologies in MSK care across 3 counties (Wolverhampton, Derby/Burton and Staffordshire. More information will be available shortly.

PPIE Academic Lead Steven Blackburn has contributed to the NIHR RDS blog: "Public involvement during a pandemic: how we are supporting researchers."