Covid-19 social study

The Covid-19 Social Study is a panel study of the psychological and social experiences of adults in the UK during the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, run by

University College London

 

Over 60,000 people are currently participating in the study, completing weekly online surveys about their experiences and behaviours. The results from this study are vital if we are to understand the effects of the virus and social isolation measures on individuals. They will help us to track trajectories of mental health and loneliness in the UK over the coming weeks, identify which groups are most at risk, and understand the effects of any potentially protective activities people could be engaging in. This will help to inform the advice that people are given about how to stay well at home.

The study is still open to new participants and any support with recruitment is appreciated.

Please see the link below.

For more information, please contact Dr Daisy Fancourt, Associate Professor of Epidemiology, University College London

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study recruitment

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Results 

Explore our range of activities to do in isolation:
Study blogs:
what works wellbeing
UCL Institute of mental health 
MARCH Network
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The MARCH Network is funded by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) as part of the 2018 Cross-Council Mental Health Plus call

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