CARE NetworkHow to take part
About the study
The CARE Network aims to examine key issues relating to mental health and wellbeing in Black, Asian, and minority ethnic and faith groups, post the COVID-19 pandemic. The COVID-19 pandemic caused health complications across the UK, particularly within the Black, Asian, and minority ethnic communities. Due to existing medical conditions observed in this population group, the associated risk for COVID-19 has been higher with more severe complications. The response to the pandemic is affected by key factors, with self-isolation and social distancing likely to have had a psychological impact with long-lasting consequences.
What will it involve?
If you decide to take part, you will be required to complete a series of 4 short anonymised online questionnaires from the comfort of your own home. The survey will take up to 20 minutes to complete. We are going to ask you to complete these 5 times during the study period including baseline, month 1, 3, 6 and month 12, followed by annual assessment over the duration of 5 years.
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