The NIHR Applied Research Collaboration East of England are carrying out research into the impact of coronavirus pandemic on food and eating in the East of England.
The pandemic is affecting how people are accessing food, shopping, cooking and eating, and the way food is distributed.
The research is to enable immediate lessons to be learned, help plan for future challenges, and find out who is and is not getting the help they need.
If you are aged 18 or over and at least one of the following describe your household then they would like to hear from you:
- Have infants or school-aged children at home
- Aged over 70
- On a low income, in receipt o f state benefits and / or in receipt of free school meals
- Someone in your household is a key worker
- You or someone in your household is self isolating because of a health condition
For more details you can also visit https://arc-eoe.nihr.ac.uk/covid-19-projects-innovations-and-information/prevention-and-early-detection-health-and-social-care
Email [email protected] or call Claire Thompson on 01707 289345.