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Follow-Up May 2021: COVID-19 & Mental Well-being

At the start of the pandemic in March 2020, we launched a project to investigate the impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on mental health and mental well-being. We have distributed a mental health survey at three timepoints, May 2020, October 2020, and January 2021. Many of you participated. Thank you very much for your contribution!
Due to the great response rates, our study has been very successful. You can access the results and media coverage here:
The pandemic is ongoing, in some parts of the world it is worse than ever. Luckily, the vaccination programmes are successfully running and some countries are opening up. However, the impact on our daily lives are still palpable. Therefore we wish to understand how potential mental health problems are developing over time.
The survey only takes about 15min. It would be extremely helpful if you could please take part in the survey. Anyone 18 years of age or older is eligible. You can find the link below.
If you could also please forward the email to colleagues, friends and family, that would be very much appreciated, the questionnaire is available in English and German.
Note, participation in this follow-up survey does not require the participation in the earlier surveys.
Here is the link to the survey:

Thank you very much for your help and time!
Franziska Knolle (TUM) & Graham Murray (University of Cambridge)

Collaborators: Sarah Daimer, Lorenz Mihatsch, Sharon Neufeld, Lisa Ronan

Posted on 12/05/2021

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