Psychological impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and experience: An international survey
About the study
The study aims to explore the psychological impact of COVID-19. The impact of restrictions and changes in mental wellbeing, across the globe.
We aim to explore what factors and behaviours may support people's wellbeing and what might have a negative impact.
What will it involve?
You will be asked to complete a consent form. Then, a short online survey. The survey will ask about demographics (e.g. age, gender, level of education etc); wellbeing, ways of coping, loneliness and perceived support; and any experience of mental health difficulties currently or in the past.
Taking part is voluntary, you may change your mind before submitting.
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