Published: 31.08.2020

COVID-19 research projects in the Faroe Islands

COVID-19 related research projects in the Faroe Islands have been carried out in the fields of Humanities and Social Sciences and Health and Natural Sciences. Most projects, but not all, have been financially supported by a COVID-19 initiative of Research Council Faroe Islands.

Humanities and Social Sciences

Role and Significance of Leadership in Supporting Teachers in Faroese Compulsory Schools During the Covid-19 Crisis

Christian life at home: church response to the COVID 19 pandemic in the Faroe Islands

Corona Diary

Political management and communication during the pandemic – how the Faroe Islands handled the Covid-19 crisis

The role of experts and scientific authorities during the Corona lockdown

The effects of Covid-19 on Faroese fisheries and aquaculture, and the implications for the Faroese economy

Learners' situation in the "Corona school"

Pedagogical considerations and challenges during a rapid switch from onsite to online teaching

Crisis Management in a Polycentric Nordic Local Democracy: Different Governance Structures – Different Results?

Health and Natural Sciences

Symptoms after detection of COVID19 infection in Faroese individuals

Tracing the true prevalence of COVID-19 in the Faroe Islands: COVID-19 dark numbers in the Faroe Islands

COVID-19 infection among those who have been in recommended quarantine

Collection of registry data in connection with COVID-19

Documenting response to SARS-CoV-2 in the Faroe Islands: a geographical and genetic isolate with the world’s highest test performance

Are different strains of SARS-CoV-2 circulating in the Faroe Islands applicable for characterization of transmission pathways?

How is pregnant woman's mental health affected by the COVID-19 crisis and the National Board of Health's extended precautionary principles

The influence of COVID-19 on the health status of Faroese octogenarians

The mental well-being among Faroese employees during COVID-19

Exploring the role of the individual's genetic profile on the susceptibility to COVID-19