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‘People Like You’ presents an online conversation about Stefanie Posavec’s visualisation of the Airwave study and how work like hers can be useful for cohorts and biobanks.

During 2021, we have been working with Stefanie Posavec, an artist-in-residence with the People Like You project, where she visualised the Airwave Study. Aimed at showing how visualisation and art can be useful for biobanks and cohort studies, the results of her work are available here.

As part of a Wellcome Trust Medical Humanities Collaborative award, "People Like You: contemporary figures of personalisation" we are holding a one day event in London on Friday 17 September 2021. See our resident artists present their work, plus discussions on personalisation, medicine, healthcare and data science.

We are pleased to be working with Siemens Healthineers on novel methods to collect blood and saliva for antibody testing. We will be inviting members of the Airwave cohort living nearby to the assessment centre in London throughout January to assess the usability and reliability of these methods.

The follow-up programme remains suspended because of the practical difficulties of running health-screens during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, all feedback letters relating to screens that were completed prior to the suspension of follow-up have now been sent to participants. Please get in touch if you were expecting a letter but haven't yet received it.

From March 16th 2020, the Airwave follow-up programme has been suspended due to the latest government advice concerning COVID-19. If you would like to be added to a waiting list to be contacted when clinics re-open, please e-mail our Airwave resource team.

The aim of the Airwave Health Monitoring Study is to investigate whether there are any long-term health effects on police personnel of using the Airwave Communications system.

Update: 14th October 2020: The follow-up programme remains suspended because of the practical difficulties of running health-screens during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you would like to be added to a waiting list to be contacted when clinics re-open, please e-mail our resource team at [email protected].

Feedback letters relating to screens that were completed prior to the suspension of the follow-up programme have now been sent to participants. Please get in touch if you were expecting a letter but haven't yet received it.