Coronavirus: Mental Health in the Pandemic (Scotland)
Covid Response Programme - Scotland
Covid Response Programme 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. That’s why we’re investing in the Covid Response Programme to deliver targeted support for lone parents, refugees, people from Black And Minority Ethnic communities, and people with long term health conditions. We have all had to weather the COVID-19 storm , but we have not all been in the same boat. Some people have been disproportionately affected by the negative mental...
Pandemic one year on: landmark mental health study reveals mixed picture in Scotland, as anxiety falls but loneliness rises22 March 2021
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.
Wave 11: 18th June – 2nd July 2021
Restrictions are easing, people relaxing but resilience is still being tested amongst vulnerable groups.
COVID-19 Scotland Wave 10: Key Findings
One year on, the crisis has had wide and deep emotional impacts on Scottish adults.
COVID-19 Scotland Wave 9: Key Findings
Emotional and mental wellbeing struggles continue
COVID-19 Scotland Wave 8: Key Findings
Nine months into COVID-19 restrictions and similar proportions of people are struggling with their mental health compared to those of late August. Specifically, as of late November: