Professor Trish Greenhalgh

Professor Trish Greenhalgh

Total 6 Posts
  • Oxford, UK.
Professor of Primary Care Health Sciences, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford.

Seven reasons mask-wearing in the west was unnecessarily delayed.

5 min read
Governments in the west repeatedly failed the public when it came to masks.

An open letter to new health secretary, Sajid Javid, as he takes on COVID.

5 min read
Protecting people’s health and stimulating economic recovery are one goal, not competing aims.

How the UK ignored evidence that the virus is airborne.

5 min read
Look back in anger – and forward with better policies. It is high time the UK Government introduced measures to acknowledge the evidence on the airborne nature of the coronavirus to prevent a catastrophic third wave.

Joggers and cyclists should wear masks if they can’t maintain a physical distance from pedestrians.

5 min read
We should be thinking about airborne transmission of coronavirus. Perhaps the UK should follow France and require people who are jogging or cycling to wear masks if they are unable to maintain a physical distance from pedestrians.

Open letter to the UK’s chief medical officers.

5 min read
A group of health experts have written to the UK CMOs and CSA, expressing concern about a second wave of COVID-19.

“Irresponsible” for raising concerns — Who dares accuse David Nicholl?

4 min read
David Nicholl has been asking legitimate questions. It is the government’s urgent duty to answer them, say Martin McKee and Trish Greenhalgh.
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