"mental health" blog posts
Posted on: 6 October 2021 | Category: October Posts
Dr James Austin works in the Institute of Infection, Veterinary and Ecological Sciences in our Faculty of Health and Life Sciences. Here he reflects on the vital work he and his colleagues undertook in 2020, the lessons learned and the benefits of collaboration across disciplines and continents.
Posted on: 30 July 2021 | Category: July Posts
Mental health services have been severely challenged and disrupted during Covid-19. In this blog, Professor Philippa Hunter-Jones, Chloe Spence and Dr Rachel Spence from our Management School, discuss the lessons learned from their ‘Let’s Keep Talking’ Project, and how the pandemic has presented an opportunity to improve responses to mental health needs enhanced by adaptions to service design.
Posted on: 23 June 2021 | Category: June posts
Life changes due to Coronavirus responses are predicted to have serious implications for people’s mental health - as warned by the World Health Organisation and other experts. Dr Luca Bernardi, one of our Lecturers in Politics, has carried out two research projects exploring the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on mental health and political attitudes. In this blog he talks about his project focusing on the UK specifically, which he is conducting jointly with Professor Ian H. Gotlib of Stanford University, and what the findings are so far.