Social Behavioural Dashboard
For Public Health Emergencies
Explore our data sources
The Study and Data Tracker archives relevant quantitative data sources on social behavioural changes and the most recent public health emergencies. With the tracker, you could explore this repository of social science researches through a set of thematic filters and countries.
Methods & Indicators
The database aims to track and archives information, knowledge, perception, and practices related to public health emergencies – from January 2020. To implement the database, we applied a methodology based on a standisation of indicators, matching process between each data collected and an exhaustive documentation of methods, sampling size, geographical scope, and limitation.
The Collective Helpdesk provides coordinated guidance and support on RCCE-related queries. It forms part of the support offering of the Collective Service and allows for quick access to technical expertise, data, and knowledge bases.
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