The LHP system acted rapidly and at scale to streamline processes across the COVID-19 research pipeline. To achieve this a temporary command and collaboration structure has been established to deliver a rapid research response for the people of Liverpool and to contribute to the worldwide effort in defeating the disease (STrategic One Liverpool Partnership for COVID (Liverpool - STOP COVID)
LHP members have been supporting COVID-19 planning and response in Merseyside through the Merseyside Resilience Forum to respond to increased demand for medical and social care, and to coordinate other local public services to minimise the impacts of COVID-19 on our residents.
LHP SPARK are aware of the challenges arising in relation to Coronavirus and the effect this is having on the conduct of research across LHP sites. We have collated some basic guidance to support researchers, research teams and R&D teams stay up to date with local and national guidance.
The Social Science/COVID-19 (SSCOVID) programme projects are designed to answer key questions for our population, health and care services, communities, businesses and the wider economy, while also drawing on key international comparisons.
Dr Neil Goodwin was appointed Chair of LHP in November 2017, overseeing the successful revitalisation of the academic health partnership.
Learn about his decision to step down as Chair: buff.ly/3iFtlgnpic.twitter.com/VxS0Qf06gz
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