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A survey into the effects of COVID-19 on trust, mental health & physical health

*REOPENING IN APRIL 2021*
Wave 3

(20-30 minutes)

This project is currently unfunded and any bit of support would be most welcomed. Your donations will help us gather time-sensitive information on how the pandemic is impacting our society. We appreciate your donation.

Why take part in the study?

COVID-19 is having a profound impact on our lives in more ways than one. You can help us:

  • Better understand the short- and long-term effects of COVID-19 on you and your family’s physical and mental health.
  • Develop best practices to support you and your family.
  • Inform government policies, healthcare services, schools and universities on new ways to rebuild our communities.

Who can take part?
  • Any person aged 18+ years old.
  • Residents of any country (survey available in Italian, Greek, Spanish, German, French and Chinese [traditional/simplified]).

What happens after the study?
  • We are currently following up participants 6 months (since April) and will continue to do so in 12 months’ time.
  • You can learn more about the impact of our research here.
  • You can subscribe for study updates on Twitter (@GlobalC19Study) and Instagram!
  • You are now part of a global initiative to understand the effects of COVID-19 internationally (e.g., UK, USA, Hong Kong, Singapore, Italy, India, Greece, and Germany)!

2300+ people took part in wave 1 and 1100+ have taken part in wave 2! If you have family and friends abroad, please send them our link. We’d love to hear from them!

Get to know us here!

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*This study received full ethics approval from the UCL Institute of Education Research Ethics Committee in April 2020 (REC 1331, REC 1345).

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Want study updates? Leave us your email!

Email: contact@globalcovidstudy.com

Tel: 020-7911-5352

Department of Psychology & Human Development

University College London

26 Woburn Square

London, WC1H 0AA