Coronavirus: Mental Health in the Pandemic Study

Working with the University of Cambridge, De Montfort University, 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.

About this study

Learn the background behind the ‘Coronavirus: Mental Health in the Pandemic’ study – who is involved and what the study hopes to achieve
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Coronavirus and Adolescent Mental Health Study

Explore our other study into the impact the pandemic has had on mental health that is focused solely on adolescent mental health.

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The Mental Health Experiences of Older People During the Pandemic

The Mental Health Foundation worked with Independent Age to produce this report on the mental health of older people during the pandemic.

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The COVID-19 pandemic, financial inequality and mental health

Explore this briefing surrounding financial inequality and mental health during the pandemic. This report was a result of this ‘Coronavirus: Mental Health in the Pandemic’ study.

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Key statistics

Explore our findings and statistics about mental health from different waves of the pandemic.

Wave 13

9 to 15 November 2021

Wave 12

16 September 2021

Wave 11

18 June to 2 July 2021

Wave 10

Late February 2021

Wave 9

Pre-Christmas 2020

Wave 8

Late November 2020

Wave 7

Late August 2020

Wave 6

Late July 2020

Wave 5

Mid-June 2020

Wave 4

Late May 2020

Wave 3

Late April 2020

Wave 2

Early April 2020

Wave 1

Mid-March 2020