Abstract

Homelessness affects a significant number of people in Scotland, and access to healthcare can be challenging for this group. During COVID-19, people who are homeless are more vulnerable due to their increased risk of respiratory disease and difficulty in self-isolating. Lockdown restrictions can be challenging for those dependent on alcohol.

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Parkes, T., Carver, H., Matheson, C., Pauly, B., McCulloch, P., Browne, T., Masterton, W. & Booth, H. 2021, Managed alcohol programmes: Scoping the potential of a novel intervention to help prevent infection (COVID-19) for people experiencing alcohol dependency and homelessness [COVID-19 MAPs Study Briefing - Clients], University of Stirling. Available at: http://hdl.handle.net/1893/33513

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Last updated: 16 June 2022
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