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Prior to the Covid-19 pandemic, Personal Independence Payment (PIP) assessments and Work Capability Assessments (WCA) included a face-to-face element to provide evidence towards the benefit decision. Since the introduction of the lockdown measures in March 2020 the usual face-to-face medical assessments were temporarily suspended and replaced with telephone assessments.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) commissioned NatCen to undertake a qualitative feasibility study to understand how a survey on child abuse could be run in future.
We have been commissioned by the Department for Transport (DfT) to monitor and evaluate how the Inclusive Transport Strategy is achieving its goals.
Looking at whether key political attitudes and values have changed following the pandemic.
The only source of nationally representative UK data on the types and quantities of foods consumed by individuals.
This module from the Scottish Social Attitudes survey explores people’s attitudes to a wide range of forms of violence against women including domestic abuse, rape, sexual harassment and commercial sexual exploitation.
This study assesses the expansion of government funded early learning and childcare
The Wellcome Monitor is a study of the British adult population’s awareness of, knowledge of, engagement with, and attitudes towards, science and health research. The drug-resistant infections study is the second of the series.
This research investigates how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted people’s mental health and financial situation, and how this differs among different groups of the UK population.