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COVID Behaviors Dashboard

The COVID Behaviors Dashboard visualizes data from the COVID-19 Trends and Impact Survey (CTIS), launched by Facebook with the Delphi Group at Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Maryland Social Data Science Center. Insights and analyses on how to use the data were written by researchers and social and behavior change communication experts at CCP in collaboration with WHO’s Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network. This site is intended to be used by policy makers, health officials and practitioners at national and subnational levels to better understand the behavioral drivers behind vaccine uptake, masking and physical distancing among other behaviors that affect the spread of COVID-19.

Data from this ongoing survey is collected daily and the dashboard is updated every two weeks.

Source: COVID Behaviors Dashboard

    The pandemic fatigue first aid kit

    Pandemic fatigue is real and spreading. Many people are losing the motivation to follow the recommended behaviours to protect themselves and others from COVID-19. This Community Engagement First Aid Kit will provide National Societies and volunteers with tips on how to revitalize their community engagement approaches to overcome pandemic fatigue.

    Source: The pandemic fatigue first aid kit

      Go Viral!

      GO VIRAL! is a 5-minute game that helps protect the public against COVID-19 misinformation.

      The players learn about some of the most common strategies used to spread false and misleading information about the virus. Understanding these tricks allows the public to resist them the next time they come across them online.

      Source: Go Viral!

        We Speak Your Language

        We Speak Your Language is an online resource providing up-to-date translations of Covid19-related information for the UK and Oxfordshire with the aim to help spread the official information to the linguistic minorities living in the UK. This resource is run by a volunteer team from the University of Oxford and translators from across the globe; we are supported by the Oxford City Council and Oxford Hub. As of May 2021, the resource includes six of the languages most spoken in Oxfordshire and is constantly expanding.

        Source: We Speak Your Language

        • Alexandra Vasilyeva
        • wsyl.translators@gmail.com

        International COVID-19 Awareness and Responses Evaluation Study

        Understanding people’s concerns about COVID-19, their perceptions, beliefs, and attitudes about public health policies, and how they impact what people are (and are not) willing to do will be important for informing policy strategy and how they are communicated, to ensure the best health and economic outcomes.

        The iCARE Study will capture key data on people’s awareness, attitudes, and behaviors as they relate to the COVID-19 policies, as well as the impacts that COVID-19 is having on people’s physical and mental health, financial situation, and quality of life.

        Data from approximately 250,000 people around the world will be analyzed to understand what government policies are (and are not) influencing behavior and outcomes, and in whom these policies are most or least effective. This data can be used to inform governments on the efficacy of policy measures on both people’s behavior, and on key health and quality of life outcomes.

        Source: International COVID-19 Awareness and Responses Evaluation Study

          COVID-19 Health Literacy Project

          This project creates and translates accessible COVID-19 information into different languages to help all patients know when, and how, to seek care. The materials are created in collaboration with Harvard Health Publishing.

          All of the materials are reviewed and vetted by physicians and medical school faculty members at the Harvard hospitals. These materials are created in collaboration with Harvard Health Publishing. The materials are freely available for download and distribution without copyright restrictions. The project currently supports 35 languages.

          Source: COVID-19 Health Literacy Project

            WHO Advice for Home-Based Care of COVID-19

            This page includes guidance for the public on home-based care practices for those who have tested positive for COVID-19 or those who have come in contact with others who have tested positive. It was originally published in March 2020 and then updated in August 2020.  This is the latest version.

            The updates include:

            • Considerations regarding the IPC requirements for the household to be suitable for caring for COVID-19 patients in the home
            • Clinical monitoring and treatment of COVID-19 patients at home
            • Waste management in the home setting in the context of COVID-19
            • An appendix on the effective implementation of home-care policies

            Source: WHO Advice for Home-Based Care of COVID-19

              COVID-Ready Communication Playbook for Health Professionals

              The team at VitalTalk crowdsourced this playbook to provide some practical advice to health care professionals on how to talk to their patients about some difficult topics related to COVID-19.

              Building on their experience studying and teaching communication they’ve drawn on their networks to crowdsource the challenges and match them with advice from some of the best clinicians they know.

              Source: COVID-Ready Communication Playbook for Health Professionals

                Questions and Answers about Violence against Women and COVID-19

                This page offers health workers as well as the general public answers to questions about violence against women in the context of COVID-19.

                The questions include:

                Source: Questions and Answers about Violence against Women and COVID-19

                  Questions and Answers about Breastfeeding and COVID-19

                  This page offers answers to questions about breastfeeding issues and COVID-19.

                  The questions include:

                  Source: Questions and Answers about Breastfeeding and COVID-19