Coronavirus: Mental Health in the Pandemic Study in Scotland

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a negative impact on the mental health of people all over the country but people who already experience inequality have been far more adversely affected.

The Scotland research team are part of the team delivering the ‘Coronavirus: Mental Health in the Pandemic’ study across the UK, as part of the Mental Health Foundation's Covid Response Programme and goal of achieving a mentally health society for all.

For more information, please contact: Susan Solomon (Senior Research Manager) on [email protected].

Living Well: Emotional Support Matters

As part of the Covid Response Programme, Living Well supports eight charities working with people who are living with long term health conditions to provide tailored, practical mental health support.
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About the ‘Coronavirus: Mental Health in the Pandemic Study’

Learn the background and impact behind this ‘Coronavirus and Adolescent Mental Health Study’ study that is being run across the UK.

‘Pandemic one year on’ news article

Read a news article, ‘Pandemic one year on: landmark mental health study reveals mixed picture’ about this study

Key statistics from Scotland

Explore the Scotland Research team’s findings and statistics about mental health from different waves of the pandemic.

Wave 10

23 February to 1 March 2021

Wave 9

17 to 30 December 2020