Below you will find various position papers, articles, and recommendations from experts for why this study (and others of this kind) is important.

For Parents

For Everyone

Study finds COVID has a lasting neurological impact on recovering patients.

5 Oct 2020

Wellcome Trust Report: Expanding our vision for mental health: Listening to young people and learning from COVID-19

30 Sep 2020

Lancet review: Physical distancing might have a disproportionate effect on adolescents for whom peer interaction is a vital aspect of development: The role of digital technologies.

15 June 2020

With Senior Year In Disarray, Teens And Young Adults Feel Lost. Here’s How To Help.

6 June 2020

APS Backgrounder Series: Psychological Science and COVID-19: Conspiracy Theories

27 May 2020

World Economic Forum: Interactive map on how COVID-19 is affecting the workforce, finance, travel and government policies.

14 May 2020

Netflix: Coronavirus explained

22 April 2020

BMJ Opinion: Wearing face masks in the community during the COVID-19 pandemic – altruism and solidarity

16 April 2020

Lancet position paper: Research priorities for COVID-19

15 April 2020

Covid-19: Italy tightens rules after coronavirus cases surge

19 Oct 2020

Coronavirus: the pandemic is changing our brains – here are the remedies

14 Aug 2020

UK-wide study describes brain complications in patients with severe COVID-19

10 July 2020

Preprint: COVID-19 affects disproportionately more Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) individuals

15 June 2020

COVID-19 affects disproportionately more patients with existing cardiovascular disease.

1 June 2020

Mathematica: 19 and me – Risk score Calculator (not endorsement)

15 May 2020

5 May 2020

Lancet: Impact assessment of non-pharmaceutical interventions against coronavirus disease 2019 and influenza in Hong Kong: an observational study

17 April 2020

BMJ Editorials: Covid-19 – Should the public wear face masks?

09 April 2020

New York Times: Distance physically, but stay socially connected.

23 March 2020

Lancet Rapid Review: Prior evidence and how it can inform COVID-19

26 February 2020

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