Newsletters

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November 2020

Researchers are examining everything from the psychological impact of the pandemic on children with rare genetic disorders to the effects of COVID-19 on postpartum maternal health outcomes.

October 2020

This month’s newsletter features our monthly blog summarising key findings from recent research, as well as a spotlight on one of our members.

September 2020

In our 6th newsletter we publish our second blog providing an update of this month's research. We also introduce a new section showcasing the recent work of member studies. Further resources available on the website are signposted and opportunities for collaborations are listed.

August 2020

In our 5th newsletter we launch our new COVID-19 monthly blog series, highlight new resources for researchers and showcase our new "translated scales" section of our website.

July 2020

In our 4th newsletter we link to a blog from our lived experience advisor on how to involve lived experience in COVID-19 mental health research, provide summaries of new papers and feature new funding opportunities.

June 2020

In our 3rd newsletter we continue to provide updates on longitudinal studies and research papers, introduce 3 research teams looking for collaborators and hear from Dr Anita Goh on the implications of physical distancing restrictions for older people.

May 2020

In our 2nd newsletter we provide updates on new studies, research and blogs and introduce our latest steering group member.

April 2020

In our 1st newsletter we introduce the COVID-MINDS Network and outline our aims and focus. We also hear from the network lead Dr Daisy Fancourt on why we need longitudinal studies to understand the mental health impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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