Coronavirus: Mental Health in the Pandemic
Working with the University of Cambridge, Swansea University, the University of Strathclyde and Queen’s University Belfast, the Mental Health Foundation is leading an ongoing, UK-wide, repeated cross-sectional study of how the pandemic is affecting people’s mental health,
Press releases (UK)
Signs of hope for British teenagers' mental health but loneliness and anxiety remain high: New findings from long-term study12 July 2021
People with long-term conditions are more anxious about unlocking: new mental health research.12 August 2021
Nine-Month Study Reveals Pandemic’s Worsening Emotional Impacts on UK Adults
Key indicators of distress among UK adults – including loneliness, suicidality and not coping well with stress – are worse now than at the start of the pandemic, according to new research by the Mental Health Foundation and its university partners.