Film festivals, audiences and Covid-19; Crisis, community and digital comeback
Scottish Funding Council (SFC) Research Funding to mitigate the effects of COVID-19 on the research base
In June 2020, the Scottish Government announced a £75 million boost for Scottish university research" in order to contribute to the mitigation of effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Scottish university research base, recognising a wide range of impacts to both the income and activity of university research in the short, medium and longer term. As a result of this announcement, QMU received £374,518. This Scottish Funding Council (SFC) funding was intended to:
- Protect excellent, world-leading research.
- Help institutions concentrate fully on planning the long-term future.
- Help universities focus more effort on the high priority research needed to fight the outbreak and to support society and the economy.
- Support PhD students whose studies have been impacted.
Leadership and trust: public communication of Covid in Scotland (March-December 2020)
Parental complaints and teacher wellbeing in Scottish Schools during Covid-19
Impact of RaceRunning on health and wellbeing
CLN2 School Reports Project Funding
Challenges and opportunities for voice therapy services in the context of Covid19
Community, health and social care system stressors and coping mechanisms during COVID 19 in Edinburgh, Scotland
Impacts of Covid-19 restrictions on isolation in a neglected population group (Phase 2)
An investigation into the social and cultural impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on children from Black, Asian and other racialised minority ethnic communities in Scotland
Emergency Response Mentoring in response to COVID 19 – Collaborative Research Mentoring Pilot with Edinburgh Napier University
Support After COVID: health and social care delivery for COVID-19 and influences on access to support across Scotland
SFC Covid-19 Enquiries
Further information is available on QMU's SFC projects.Show Contacts