'Following the Science', a Wider Perspective.

by Jonathan Lawrence
3 minutes

Here are a list of resources for you get a wider picture of the science regarding the Pandemic.

The mainstream media do not report every perspective fully so I have compiled some alternatives that I have found helpful.

Disclaimer! I do not necessarily endorse everything that is expressed but hope you will find the information helpful!

1. SCIENCE

CEBM. Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine, University of Oxford. World renowned centre for objectively assessing evidence.

https://www.cebm.net/oxford-covid-19-evidence-service/

UKMFA. United Kingdom Medical Freedom Alliance. Medical choice and informed consent.

https://www.ukmedfreedom.org/

HART. Health Advisory and Recovery Team

A group of scientists and academics with a different take on the effectiveness of lockdowns and pandemic response.

https://www.hartgroup.org/

PANDA. Pandemics, Data and Analytics

Is a multidisciplinary group seeking to inform policy. PANDA considers explanations that allow us to count the human costs of COVID-19 responses globally. PANDA is a collective of leading scientists, actuaries, economists, data scientists, statisticians, medical professionals, lawyers, engineers and business people working as a collective to replace bad science with good science. PANDA members work voluntarily, offering their skillset to contribute to informed policy making and decisioning. PANDA is not aligned with any political entities and is funded by its members, speaking engagements and the public.

2. JOURNALISM

Lockdown Sceptics. Edited by Toby Young provides a balanced view of lockdown scepticism form politics to science with contributions from writers of differing backgrounds and views.

https://lockdownsceptics.org/

American Institute for Economic Research.

https://www.aier.org/

3. BLOGS

Dr Malcolm Kendrick. Scottish doctor, author, speaker, sceptic.

https://drmalcolmkendrick.org/

Architects for Social Housing. A left wing perspective. Excellent writing.

https://architectsforsocialhousing.co.uk/

Happy reading!

Jonathan