We conducted a survey with our UK COVID-19 community to investigate how citizens are coping with the pandemic from a mental health perspective. This is the second post with findings from this survey.
We saw that 26% of respondents reported that they have anxiety, while 19% suffer from depression or a depressive disorder. Further investigation of these subgroups provided some extremely worrying insights.
Covid-19 has brought uncertain times, forcing businesses to change the way they work. There are many pressures causing this. Companies are trying to balance the creation of humanless interaction systems whilst providing consumers with a fair amount of leeway for purchased products.
We conducted a survey with our UK COVID-19 community to investigate how citizens are coping with the pandemic from a mental health perspective. Looking specifically at respondents’ sleep patterns and COVID-19’s impact on them, there were several key findings.
Last Friday (3rd April) we launched a study with our Citizens working with King’s College researcher Dr Daniel Allington. We turned around this piece of research in less than a week and it’s been featured in the Guardian today.
The coronavirus pandemic hasn’t discriminated; it has impacted all layers of society economically, politically, socially, behaviourally, cognitively, morally and emotionally. In this update, let’s look at how UK citizens have been socialising during lockdown.
Take a look at people's change in sentiment from before and after the UK lockdown. We were able to go out to the EXACT same individuals in both waves and measure their individual change. Download the full report here.
Our heroes of the NHS are doing all that they can to contain, and to treat people with, COVID-19. Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) provision, and passing on the virus to others, are key worries among both NHS staff and the general public.
Since the COVID-19 outbreak, there has been a huge shift in the ways that people engage with a medical professional. Now that people are less able to speak with someone in person, alternative methods are being adopted. Find out more here.