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Coronavirus mental health research studies

Take part in online research studies looking into the mental health effects of the COVID-19 pandemic

How to take part in a study

Step 1

Look through the list of studies below

Step 2

Find a research study you'd like to take part in

Step 3

Click on 'complete the study' and fill out the online survey

See the available research opportunities below

Coronavirus and mental health

The effect of the pandemic on mental health is already significant and continues to grow. Reports show that people are experiencing higher rates of anxiety and other mental health conditions. In order to build a more accurate picture of what we are dealing with, we have brought together a collection of high-quality, ethically reviewed studies on mental health and the coronavirus.

You can help by taking part in these studies online. This will help us learn how best to intervene to help people right now, and importantly, to map out and address the long-term mental health implications of the pandemic.

The significant mental health impact of the coronavirus and the world-wide lockdown require an urgent research response.  The world is rightly focused on measures to stop the spread of the virus, protect the most vulnerable, along with research to develop a vaccine.  But it is vital that mental health and neuroscience forms part of all aspects of the research response to Covid-19. Find out what MQ Mental Health are doing about this.

We know that the mental health impacts of the coronavirus pandemic will be significant for us all – for those with existing mental health conditions and for everyone affected by stress, anxiety, isolation, loneliness, family pressure and financial hardship.To help with this, we've put together a list of resources for you.

If you're a researcher with a COVID-19 mental health study, you can register on the Participate platform and submit a study. Please read our eligibility criteria and terms and conditions before submitting your study.

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  • I was worried taking part was going to be time consuming and complicated but it was really straightforward.

    Hope Hope
  • I know that I'm making a difference. If a tiny little contribution can help someone else that would be enough for me.

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  • I took part as I think it's important that people with experience of mental illness have a voice. That they can influence treatments.

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