Does Gender or Religion Contribute to the Risk of COVID-19 in Hospital Doctors?
This webpage details and provides the research study conducted in the United Kingdom through online surveys focusing on the relationship between healthcare workplace prevention efforts, COVID-19 risks, religious identity, and gender. The research study focuses on healthcare workers, primarily hospital doctors and mental health doctors. A PDF of the entire study is available on the webpage.
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
Daga, Sunil; Jafferbhoy, Sadaf; Menon, Geeta; Ali, Mansoor; Chakravorty, Subarna; Ghani, Saqib; Burney, Amir; Bamrah, JS; Mehta, Ramesh; and Chakravorty, Indranil, "Does Gender or Religion Contribute to the Risk of COVID-19 in Hospital Doctors?" (2020). Pandemic Response and Religion in the USA: Race, Ethnicity, and Gender. 73.