Bridging Covid: Improvise, Inspire, Invent

Bridging Covid Online

Overview

By analysing diary and documentary evidence from practitioners across the global bridge community, this research aims to provide insights into the short and longer term impacts of Covid-19 on the bridge community around the world. All experiences are relevant and the researchers are keen to hear from players, teachers, club organisers and anyone connected to bridge. The project, led by Dr Miriam Snellgrove, began in 2020 and continues in 2021.

Funders

BAMSA, University of Stirling

BAMSA Reports

Bridging Covid

Snellgrove, M.L. and Punch, S. (2020) ‘Bridge in the Time of Covid-19: Emerging Findings’, BAMSA Report, Stirling: University of Stirling

Snellgrove, M., Punch, S and Rees, T. (2021) Using Digital Leisure to Tackle Social Isolation, Policy Briefing for the Scottish Government.

Available: https://www.stir.ac.uk/research/public-policy-hub/policy-briefings/

Conference Papers

Bridging Covid

Snellgrove, M.L. and Punch, S. (2021) ‘Digital Bridge during the Coronavirus Pandemic’, The Academy of Leisure Sciences Virtual Conference, 8-19 February 2021

Video presentation

Workshops

Bridging Covid

Snellgrove, M.L. (2022) Diary Methods in the Social Sciences, Workshop on Diary Data: Scottish Graduate Summer School, 15 June 2022.

Additional Information

Bridging Covid

Call for participants:

BAMSA Recruitment Letter & Prompts.pdf

BAMSA Participant Information Sheet.pdf

Or email views on bridge and Covid-19 to [email protected]