During the COVID-19 pandemic, research across the world has understandably focussed on treating and preventing physical illness. But at MQ, we believe that the questions about mental health are just as important as those about physical health – and must be addressed with the same urgency.
A lot has changed since the coronavirus pandemic spread across the world. At MQ, we know that the global response must include mental health. Read about our webinar with leading scientists, and find out what they think are the five most vital aspects of mental health and COVID-19.
We're delighted to announce that Lea Milligan has been appointed as MQ's new Chief Executive. He will take up the post at the end of June.
Louise Arseneault is a Professor of Developmental Psychology at King's College London and the Mental Health Leadership Fellow for the Economic and Social Research Council. We asked her why kindness matters to mental health.
For 2020, Mental Health Awareness Week is all about kindness. Research has shown that kindness and mental health are closely connected. Find out how you can make a difference this year.
We asked 2000 MQ supporters about their top concerns about mental health and coronavirus. Here's what they told us.
The coronavirus has affected the lives of millions of people across the world, including their mental health. We surveyed over 3,000 people in the UK to find out what was worrying them, and how they were coping. We’ve got six helpful tips that you can use to look after your mental health during this time.
There’s no doubt that the COVID-19 pandemic will have profound consequences on mental health worldwide. But while we know the pressures on mental health are continuing to grow, we have dangerously little knowledge of exactly how mental health will be affected and what the most effective, evidence-based responses will be.