[Wharton x Penn Club UK] Lessons from Lockdown: Findings from the Global COVID Mental Health Study
presentationposted on 2020-12-09, 11:00 authored by Keri Ka-Yee WongKeri Ka-Yee Wong
Join us for a panel discussion with Dr. Keri Wong. Assistant Professor of Psychology at UCL. Keri will discuss her recent findings from the UCL-Penn Global Covid-19 Mental Health Study (www.GlobalCOVIDstudy.com). Topics of discussion: In this panel discussion, Tim Hall, a Wharton grad asks Keri a series of questions about her UCL-Penn Global COVID study which is currently in its second wave of data collection. They discuss the origins of the timely project, the impact of COVID on mental health across the ages, types of stressors and how they have changed during lockdown, how countries differ in lockdown policies and how people’s adherence to guidelines differ, and how best to cope, and whether mental health should be a priority at the workplace. The discussion flows into a Q&A session from audience members as well. Have questions and want to get in touch, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or follow our conversations @GlobalC19Study on Twitter.
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