5. Scottish Household Survey
7. This is determined on the basis of the bedroom standard as defined in the Housing (Overcrowding) Bill 2003, taking into account the number of bedrooms available in the dwelling and the type of household that occupies it
10. PHS interactive dashboard shows a 7 day average of 529.7 cases for women and 431.9 for men as of 9 November https://public.tableau.com/profile/phs.covid.19#!/vizhome/COVID-19DailyDashboard_15960160643010/Overview
14. This was true after adjusting for region, population density, socio-demographic and household characteristics, the relative difference in mortality rates between those disabled and limited a lot and those non-disabled was 2.4 times higher for females and 2.0 times higher for males.
16. Data correct as of 3 December 2020
34. The UK Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) are responsible for ensuring that timely and coordinated scientific advice is made available to decision makers to support UK cross-Government. SAGE in turn is informed by a group of academic experts [the Scientific Pandemic Influenza Group on Modelling [SPI-M]. SAGE meets two or three times each week. Following each meeting updated assumptions and modelling materials are released to Scottish Government. The Scottish Government Covid modelling team then apply these to Scotland.
37. This measure is included on the Scottish Government COVID-19 in Scotland: Indirect health impacts dashboard
42. Douglas et al (2020) Mitigating the wider health effects of Covid-19 pandemic response BMJ 2020; 369 https://www.bmj.com/content/369/bmj.m1557
43. Scottish Government (2020) Equality and Fairer Scotland Duty Assessment of the Health and Social Impacts of COVID-19 https://www.gov.scot/publications/covid-19-health-and-social-impact-assessment
46. National Records of Scotland: "Winter Mortality in Scotland 2019/20." (Published 13 October 2020). https://www.nrscotland.gov.uk/files//statistics/winter-mortality/2020/winter-mortality-19-20-pub.pdf.
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52. Public Health Scotland publishes data on health service provision and use, much of it available for individual Health and Social Care Partnerships and Health Boards on this dashboard: COVID-19 wider impacts on the health care system
53. Scottish Government COVID-19 in Scotland: Indirect health impacts dashboard
54. Board level performance against cancer waiting time standards are detailed up to 30 June 2020: https://beta.isdscotland.org/find-publications-and-data/conditions-and-diseases/cancer/cancer-waiting-times/
55. https://beta.isdscotland.org/find-publications-and-data/healthcare-resources/waiting-times/ - Most measures are available at NHS board level.
56. ''NHS waiting times to end September 2020 - NHS waiting times - diagnostics 24 November 2020 - Data & intelligence from PHS. The eight investigations are upper endoscopy, lower endoscopy (excl. colonoscopy), colonoscopy, cystoscopy, CT scan, MRI scan, barium studies and non-obstetric ultrasound.
59. This weekly online panel survey is with around 1,000 adults and is representative of the adult population. Source: YouGov commissioned by the Scottish Government.
60. This measure is included on the Scottish Government COVID-19 in Scotland: Indirect health impacts dashboard
61. Public Health Scotland (2020b). "Insights in social care: statistics for Scotland. Support provided or funded by health and social care partnerships in Scotland 2018/19." https://beta.isdscotland.org/find-publications-and-data/health-and-social-care/social-and-community-care/insights-in-social-care-statistics-for-scotland/
64. https://hselibrary.ie/what-is-the-impact-of-the-coronavirus-pandemic-on-the-mental-health-of-elderly-nursing-home-residents/ - for a review of literature on the mental health impacts of the pandemic on care home residents
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111. Data will be affected by public and school holidays, in particular the week beginning 12 October, where schools in 29 local authorities were closed for the October break and so were not included in these statistics.
113. Office for National Statistics, 22 June 2020,
Coronavirus and the social impacts on young people in Great Britain: 3 April to 10 May 2020, available: https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/birthsdeathsandmarriages/ageing/articles/coronavirusandthesocialimpactsonyoungpeopleingreatbritain/3aprilto10may2020#main-points
114. Respondents ages ranged from 11 – 25. 92% of respondents were aged 18 or younger; 46% were aged 15 – 17.
116. 12 – 18 October, smaller sample of universities, England only
117. As for 28th October – 1st November 2020
118. Where 0 is 'not anxious at all' and 10 is 'completely anxious'
120. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/1745691614568352 Loneliness and Social Isolation as Risk Factors for Mortality: A Meta-Analytic Review
122. General information: https://shs.theapsgroup.scot/2019/key-findings/42/ and for additional information: https://shs.theapsgroup.scot/2019/supplementary-analysis/
125. ONS Business Impact of Coronavirus Survey
126. Non-compliant actions relate to restrictions on meetings/gatherings indoors and outdoors, hugging/kissing, car sharing, travel and face coverings