Online teaching and learning in Portugal during the covid-19 pandemic: Differences between public and private schools

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Online teaching and learning in Portugal during the covid-19 pandemic: Differences between public and private schools

June 2021

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Diogo Conceição, Pedro Freitas, Gonçalo Lima, Luís Catela Nunes and Ana Balcão Reis, Nova School of Business and Economics, Universidade Nova de Lisboa

In Portugal, the covid-19 pandemic led to temporary school lockdowns and a generalised move to online teaching. This article uses data from a survey administered to teachers between March 2020 and January 2021 in three rounds of questionnaires.

Covid-19 pandemic and educational services for children ages 0-3 in Portugal: health measures, pedagogical practices and well-being

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Covid-19 pandemic and educational services for children ages 0-3 in Portugal: health measures, pedagogical practices and well-being

July 2021

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Sara Barros Araújo, Sílvia Barros, Ana Silva, Centre for Research and Innovation in Education, Polytechnic Institute of Porto;Rafaela Rosário, School of Nursing, University of Minho; Health Sciences Research Unit: Nursing (UICISA: E), Nursing School of Coimbra

This research addresses the implementation of Covid-19 prevention and control measures, pedagogical practices, children’s and professionals’ well-being and digital health literacy in early education services for children ages 0-3 in Portugal.

Call to support research projects about technology and society (FP21-1B)

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Call to support research projects about technology and society (FP21-1B)

July 2021

The Social Observatory of the ”la Caixa” Foundation has announced a call to support research projects on technology and society in Portugal, using quantitative survey data in social sciences.Funded projects will receive up to 25,000 euros each (exclusive of VAT).

Perceptions of Portuguese teachers, health professionals and older adults about covid-19 vaccination

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Perceptions of Portuguese teachers, health professionals and older adults about covid-19 vaccination

July 2021

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Tânia Magalhães Silva, Marta Estrela, Maria Teresa Herdeiro, Institute of Biomedicine (iBiMED);Vítor Roque, Fátima Roque, Research Unit for Inland Development;Eva Rebelo Gomes, Allergy and Clinical Immunology Service, University Hospital Center of Porto, Porto, Portugal;Adolfo Figueiras, Health Research Institute of Santiago de Compostela (IDIS)

This study aims to identify and evaluate the main perceptions, attitudes, and knowledge about Covid-19 vaccination of three at-risk groups: teachers, health professionals and older adults.

An experimental examination of attentional bias in medical care during the covid-19 pandemic

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An experimental examination of attentional bias in medical care during the covid-19 pandemic

August 2021

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Filipa Madeira, Alexandre Vieira, Cicero R. Pereira & Emerson Do Bú, Instituto de Ciências Sociais da Universidade de Lisboa

In many countries, the incidence, prevalence, and mortality rates of the covid-19 virus have disproportionately affected non-white people, but there is a lack of published data explaining this phenomenon. Are admissions to intensive care units proportional among white and black people? Are physicians more likely to, unknowingly, pay more attention to white patients and therefore be more likely to offer them life-saving intensive care treatment?

Mental health outcomes in Portuguese SARS-CoV-2 survivors and the general population during the covid-19 pandemic

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Mental health outcomes in Portuguese SARS-CoV-2 survivors and the general population during the covid-19 pandemic

August 2021

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Inês A. Trindade, Helena Pinto, Lara Palmeira, Sérgio Carvalho, Marco Pereira, CINEICC, University of Coimbra, Portugal

This study explored mental health outcomes in 640 Portuguese adults from three different groups (SARS-CoV-2 survivors, individuals who were tested but had negative results, and individuals who were never tested).

There are no results.