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This SSHAP Case Study explains how an anthropologist negotiated a medically safe burial for a pregnant woman who had died of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) in a Kissi community at...
This brief explores how the concepts of community resilience can be applied to epidemics and reviews the grey and academic literature on different approaches to community resilience.
Perceptions and experiences of the public regarding the COVID-19 pandemic in Nepal: a qualitative study using phenomenological analysis
This study intends to explore the perceptions of people towards COVID-19 and their experiences during the pandemic in Nepal.
Cross-Country Comparison of Public Awareness, Rumors, and Behavioral Responses to the COVID-19 Epidemic: Infodemiology Study
This comparative study highlights the urgent need for international coordination to promote mutual learning about epidemic characteristics and effective control measures as well as to trigger early and timely responses...
Norms, beliefs, and practices relevant to the prevention of COVID-19 in the Middle East and North Africa: a literature analysis
This review focuses on social and cultural barriers and enablers to a number of practices relating to prevention, detection and response to COVID-19.
Pandemic-related behaviours and psychological outcomes; A rapid literature review to explain COVID-19 behaviours
This rapid review serves to systematically examine, synthesize, and critically appraise the available evidence on the relationship between pandemic-related behaviours and psychological outcomes.
How did socio-demographic status and personal attributes influence compliance to COVID-19 preventive behaviours during the early outbreak in Japan? Lessons for pandemic management
This study focuses on how socio-demographic status and personal attributes influence self-protective behaviours during a pandemic.