Many people with disability – who are at increased risk of illness and death from COVID – continue to isolate at home to avoid infection and are effectively shut out of society.
Research into the social dimensions of long Covid offers invaluable insights for its prevention, treatment and care.
Fourth COVID shots have been approved for over-30s, a necessary step to help protect Australians this winter. But we should be doing more.
Many countries are winding back COVID-19 restrictions, but governments should be continuing to promote the importance of voluntary mask use and catching up outdoors.
UNSW psychology researchers have shown how to better communicate key messages and avoid misinformation.
Emotive claims, like COVID vaccination being unethical or coercive, are more likely to be shared on social media. But we can fight back.
Hospital data reveals an increased use of children’s mental health services after Sydney’s first lockdown in 2020.
The findings come as welcome news as NSW lockdowns continue – but future cancer treatment patterns will depend on how current infection rates develop.
The Prime Minister has borrowed language from Franklin Roosevelt to describe his pathway out of the pandemic. But Morrison's 'New Deal' has the potential to leave too many people behind.
UNSW has a wide range of experts available for comment on the coronavirus pandemic.