Spiritual support for hospitalised COVID-19 patients during March to May 2020

I am happy to announce that the report on:
Spiritual support for hospitalised COVID-19 patients during March to May 2020“,
by Irena Papadopoulos, Runa Lazzarino, Steve Wright, Poppy Ellis Logan, Christina Koulouglioti,
Published by the Research Centre for Transcultural Studies in Health,
Middlesex University
September 2020
Is now available view online.

In summary
This rapid exploration of available online data sought to address the following questions:

To what extent has the provision of spiritual support for the COVID-19 hospitalised patients been covered by mass and social media and the websites of spiritual leaders/institutions and those of the NHS, in England, in the period between 20th March to 20th May?
How has the provision of spiritual support for the COVID-19 hospitalised patients been represented within by mass and social media and the websites of spiritual leaders/institutions and those of the NHS, in England in the period between 20th March to 20th May?
Has the COVID-19 pandemic affected how spiritual support is conceived, valued, and enacted within the NHS in England in the period between 20th March to 20th May?
What are the lessons we can draw from the findings of this study?

Figure 4. Key findings, conclusion and recommendation