Understanding the experiences of young adults during and post-lockdown using HeadSmart: A focus on wellbeing, behaviours and attitudes

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  1. Cerisse Gunasinghe
  2. Dominic Murphy
  3. Nicola T. Fear

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Description: In the UK, a nationwide lockdown was announced on 23 March 2020 in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The lockdown initially lasted for three weeks but has since been extended. This has raised many questions as to how people cope with extended periods of lockdown, as quarantine has been reported to have various negative effects on wellbeing. Indeed, a recent priority paper highlighted the need for studies which collect high-quality data on the mental health effects of the pandemic and its consequences. This study seeks to explore the health and wellbeing of young adults in the UK.

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In the UK, a nationwide lockdown was announced on 23 March 2020 in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The lockdown initially lasted for three weeks but has since been extended. This has raised many questions as to how people cope with extended periods of lockdown, as quarantine has been reported to have various negative effects on wellbeing. Indeed, a recent priority paper highlighted the need ...

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