COVID-19 Projects2020-08-24T15:24:14+05:30

COVID-19 PROJECTS

The objective of this study is to review existing COVID-19 digital apps harnessed for the public-health response to COVID-19 worldwide. We examine COVID-19 digital apps, their purpose, classification, functions, and examine their usage using data available in the Google and Apple Play store. In addition, the study summarizes in a systematic manner the various data elements of the privacy frameworks related to each of these COVID-19 Digital apps. The paper will provide guidance on how digital apps can be incorporated into COVID-19-control strategies, and to help prepare for future epidemics.
The objective of the study is to compare and contrast the trends of infectivity and fatality rates of COVID-19 across different states of India. The study also examines spatiotemporal variation in the burden of COVID-19 across various states of India and examine factors that might be influencing these variations.
The objective of this study is to evaluate the impact of socio-economic-development indicators across multiple countries and its impact on COVID-19 trends varied across various geographic and temporal settings.
The objective of this study is to evaluate the impact of telehealth interventions during COVID-19, both in its usefulness and effectiveness. Findings of this systematic review will help us advance the understanding of the factors or key considerations that one need to take into account when evaluating the impact of telehealth interventions across different settings.
The objective of the study is to evaluate the impact of the factors that influence school reopening during COVID-19. We plan to conduct a systematic review to examine the factors that need to be taken into consideration when deciding upon school reopening across diverse settings.
The paper focuses on the use of a public health dashboard in addressing the issue of health inequity during COVID-19.
The objective of the study is to build risk factor surveillance model of the factors that influenced mental health outcomes due to COVID-19.