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.
A new paper published today in Lancet Psychiatry highlights an urgent need to tackle the harmful impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on mental health.
A key part of MQ’s mission is to cultivate a research community dedicated to tackling the big challenges in mental health. One way we do that is through our Fellows Awards, funding talented scientists to become the next generation of research leaders.
MQ and the Academy of Medical Sciences have rapidly convened an expert group to develop mental health and neuroscience research priorities to COVID-19.
The mental health implications of COVID-19 are already significant, and will grow with the scale and length of the outbreak. At MQ we believe strongly that the UK and global research response to COVID-19 must include mental health.
There is growing recognition that the mental health impacts of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic will be significant for us all – for those with existing mental health conditions and for everyone affected by stress, anxiety, isolation, loneliness, family pressure and financial hardship.