Special Collection: Young Voices in the Time of COVID-19
Young Voices in the Time of COVID-19
In collaboration with ISSOP, the International Society for Social Pediatrics and Child Health BMJ Paediatrics Open and ISSOP, the International Society for Social Pediatrics and Child Health, are proud to present a special collection focused on ‘Young voices in the time of COVID-19’. This collection captures the experiences, needs and strengths of diverse populations of children and young people during the COVID-19 pandemic. The collection raises awareness around the experience of particular groups of children and young people who may be marginalised or disadvantaged and privilege the experiences of those from the majority world.
Right of children to be heard Donna Koller
Voices of youth in the time of COVID-19 Jeffrey Goldhagen, Imti Choonara, Nick Spencer
What the children tell us: the COVID-19 pandemic and how the world should respond Rosina Kyeremateng, Margaret A Lynch, María Camila Pinzón-Segura, Angela Osei-Bonsu, Joshua Fortmann, David Wood
Impact of COVID-19 on the lives of vulnerable young people in New Delhi, India: a mixed method study Sharanya Napier-Raman, Ananya Rattani, Yawar Qaiyum, Vijayluxmi Bose, Rajeev Seth, Shanti Raman Experiences with opt-in, at-home screening for SARS-CoV-2 at a primary school in Germany: an implementation study Jonas Wachinger, Maximilian Schirmer, Nicole Täuber, Shannon A McMahon, Claudia M Denkinger Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the life of Bissau-Guinean religious (Quranic) schoolboys during a state of emergency: a qualitative study Hamadou Boiro, Jónína Einarsdóttir, Geir Gunnlaugsson Identifying vulnerable children’s stress levels and coping measures during COVID-19 pandemic in Japan: a mixed method study Hajime Takeuchi, Sharanya Napier-Raman, Osamagbe Asemota, Shanti Raman
Experiences of children with disabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic in Sweden: a qualitative interview study Anna Erica Fäldt, Filippa Klint, Georgina Warner, Anna Sarkadi Adolescents amid emerging COVID-19 pandemic in Bissau, Guinea-Bissau: a qualitative study Fatou N’dure Baboudóttir, Zeca Jandi, Bucar Indjai, Jónína Einarsdóttir, Geir Gunnlaugsson Exploring children’s knowledge of COVID-19 and stress levels associated with the pandemic in Nigeria: a mixed-method study Osamagbe Aiyudubie Asemota, Sharanya Napier-Raman, Hajime Takeuchi, Shanti Raman, Enosakhare Aiyudubie Asemota, Ezeh Nonye