Coronavirus: Mental Health in the Pandemic
The Mental Health Foundation is leading this ongoing, UK-wide, long-term study of how the pandemic is affecting people’s mental health, working with the University of Cambridge, Swansea University, the University of Strathclyde and Queen’s University Belfast.
About the Coronavirus: Mental Health in the Pandemic study
The Mental Health Foundation is leading a longitudinal study of how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting the mental health of people across the United Kingdom.
Coronavirus: The divergence of mental health experiences during the pandemic9 July 2020
The second briefing from the "Coronavirus: Mental Health in the Pandemic" study.
Press releases (UK)
Millions still feeling hopeless as lockdown eases: new briefing from the Mental Health Foundation9 July 2020
Millions still feeling hopeless as lockdown eases: new briefing from the Mental Health Foundation. Almost one in five (19 per cent) of UK adults feeling hopeless More than one-quarter (27 per cent) of unemployed people feeling hopeless Almost one-third (32 per cent) of young adults aged 18-24...
More than a third of UK adults in full-time work are worried about losing their jobs6 May 2020
Unemployed people show signs of serious mental health problems: Mental Health Foundation Coronavirus Study
Millions of UK adults have felt panicked, afraid and unprepared as a result of the coronavirus pandemic - new poll data reveal impact on mental health26 March 2020
Millions of UK adults have felt panicked, afraid and unprepared because of the coronavirus pandemic, according to polling data from a new longitudinal study commissioned by the Mental Health Foundation in partnership with the Institute of Public Health at the University of Cambridge. The poll data...