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The data divide : public attitudes to tackling social and health inequalities in the Covid-19 pandemic and beyond.

by Ada Lovelace Institute; Survation.
Publisher: Ada Lovelace Institute, London : 2021.Description: 32p.ISBN: 9781838256739.Summary: The pandemic has disrupted how we all live, work and interact with health and care services and there has been a paradigm shift in technology adoption during this time. These changes must be understood in the context that the pandemic has not impacted on people equally, as Covid-19 has also contributed to worsening inequalities. This report explores public attitudes towards a range of technologies deployed during the pandemic for health outcomes, including mental and physical-health apps, symptom-tracking apps, digital contact-tracing apps and vaccine passports..Subject(s): digital health | Covid-19 | pandemics | public opinion polls | attitudes | survey results | digital divide | health inequalities | health outcomes | mobile applications | equity
Digital copyAvailability: Online access List(s) this item appears in: Health inequalities [October 2023]
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The pandemic has disrupted how we all live, work and interact with health and care services and there has been a paradigm shift in technology adoption during this time. These changes must be understood in the context that the pandemic has not impacted on people equally, as Covid-19 has also contributed to worsening inequalities. This report explores public attitudes towards a range of technologies deployed during the pandemic for health outcomes, including mental and physical-health apps, symptom-tracking apps, digital contact-tracing apps and vaccine passports.

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