Have your say on the psychological and social impact of COVID-19

University College London have launched a study into the psychological and social effects of Covid-19 in the UK. The aim is to understand the effects of the virus and social distancing measures, and to track people's Mental Health and loneliness.
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Do you want to take part in a research project about your psychological and social experiences during this period of the coronavirus pandemic (Covid-19)?

It will help to inform understanding about the effects of social isolation measures on people's mental health. The data you provide will be analysed by academic researchers at University College London.

The study will involve answering a 15-minute survey now and then answering a shorter 10-minute follow-up survey once a week whilst social isolation measures are in place.

What is this project about, and do I have to take part?

This study aims to identify how the news about coronavirus is affecting people, whether people are having to isolate, and their experiences of isolating. It aims to inform understanding about the effects of social isolation measures on people's mental health. The findings will be used to help develop ways to support people psychologically and socially during this outbreak.

Participation is open to people over the age of 18 living in the UK and is entirely voluntary. You do not have to be in isolation to take part.

 

Interested in taking part?
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