Analysis of National Data on Infection and Mortality

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The main objective was to carry out complementary statistical analyses of available data sources to improve our understanding of the role of occupation in the risk of infection and mortality. We have harmonised data and model decisions to help with comparisons. Analyses have been updated periodically to reflect changes in the dominant variant, vaccination status and use of non-pharmaceutical interventions. The analyses were initiated in April 2021 and will be completed by December 2022.
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IOM are working on the analyses in collaboration with University of Manchester, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and Office for National Statistics.

Publications:

Wilkinson J, Beale S, Cherrie M, Edge R, Fishwick D, Gittins M, et al. Directed acyclic graphs for the study of effects of occupation on risk of COVID-19-related outcomes. 2021. (Available here-https://figshare.manchester.ac.uk/articles/preprint/DAGs_of_occupation_and_COVID_V1_pdf/16847158)

Rhodes S, Wilkinson J, Pearce N, Mueller W, Cherrie M, Stocking K, Gittins M, Katikireddi V, van Tongeren M. Occupational differences in infection from SARS-CoV-2: Analysis of the UK ONS Coronavirus (COVID-19) Infection Survey. (Available here- https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2022.04.28.22273177v2)

Cherrie M, Rhodes S, Wilkinson J, Pearce N, Mueller W, Nafilyan V, van Tongeren M Longitudinal changes in proportionate mortality due to COVID-19 by occupation in England and Wales. (In review at Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health.)

 Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health publication (Available here- https://sites.manchester.ac.uk/covid19-national-project/2022/06/30/longitudinal-changes-in-proportionate-mortality-due-to-covid-19-by-occupation-in-england-and-wales/)

This study sits under theme 3 as part of the PROTECT Covid-19 National Core Study. To find out more click here.

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