Covid-19 and other global crises are forcing us to the rethink the relationship between science and policy.
Article type: Event report
Two years after the UK went into lockdown, IPPO held a day-long series of sessions on March 24, 2022 to examine what lessons we must learn for future policymaking. The video of the special...
The pandemic is far from over there and there is a need to invest in public health supports to address its effects on mental health.
Speakers from around the world share diverse perspectives on their experiences of how governments and communities handled the pandemic, and what they had learned as a result.
Policymakers need to be involved in discussions with researchers from the beginning and build communities around evidence-informed policy.
Learning loss due to school closures has not been as much of a problem as first thought. However, the effect on mental health and wellbeing has been more marked.