Covid-19 Bereavement and Grief
About the study
There is currently a lack of research exploring the experience of grief following COVID-19 bereavement and the support received by bereaved families. The findings aims to help us understand the impact of Covid-19 pandemic on end-of-life, death and mourning practices, as well as coping mechanisms and support systems. This is to better inform public health interventions, inform further research and intervention, particularly within Counselling Psychology. As well highlight challenges associated with pandemic bereavement and mental health.
What will it involve?
1) Completing 2 questionnaires before the interview.
2) Online interview using MS teams or telephone, this will last approximately 60 -90 minutes.
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