The COVID-19 Wellbeing Study is a study looking at perceived coercion and psychological wellbeing arising from the COVID-19 pandemic, in both the general population and frontline healthcare workers.
The aim of the COVID-19 Wellbeing Study is to explore individuals' lived experiences and perceptions arising from the COVID-19 pandemic.
We would like to understand how these experiences, and other background factors, have impacted on your perceptions of coercion and psychological wellbeing.
The study is currently being conducted in 16 countries.
We would like to invite you to take part in our online survey. This survey will ask about your perceptions of coercion, psychological wellbeing, coping methods and circumstances.
We will also ask for your permission to contact you to repeat a shorter version of the survey in a few months’ time.
We would like to invite a sample of individuals to take part in an online focus group (asynchronous virtual focus group) or individual interview.
The aim of this sub-study is to better understand how these experiences, and other background factors, have impacted on your perceptions of coercion and psychological wellbeing resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic or working as a frontline healthcare worker during the pandemic.
MEET THE TEAM
The study is led by:
Dr Veronica Ranieri,
Ms Andrea Stoltenberg,
Prof Sarah Edwards,
Prof Sunjeev K. Kamboj,
Dr Elena Pizzo,
Ms Margot Blackman
University College London, with our collaborators in:
Prof Maria Pedreira, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Dr Rodrigo Fernandez, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Prof Bridget Hamilton, The University of Melbourne
Prof Eimear Muir-Cochrane, Flinders University
Prof Jaroslav Pekara, Medical College, Prague
Dr Selidji Maxime Agnandji, Centre de Recherches Médicale de Lambaréné (CERMEL)
Prof Audrey Gadzekpo, University of Ghana
Dr Kevin McKenna, Dundalk Institute of Technology
Dr Emanuele Bizzi, Fatebenefratelli Hospital, Rome
Dr Chiara Montaldo, Istituto Nazionale per le Malattie Infettive Lazzaro Spallanzani, Rome
Dr Danny Asogun, Irrua Specialist Teaching Hospital
Prof Roger Almvik, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Prof Nasim Chaudry, Pakistan Institute of Living and Learning
Ms Muqaddas Rajput, Pakistan Institute of Living and Learning
Prof Jakub Lickiewicz, Jagiellonian University Medical College Krakow.
Mr Antonio Ferreira, Casa de Saude do Telhal, Lisbon
Prof Isabel Marques, Coimbra Nursing School (ESEnfC)
Republic of Congo
Prof Francine Ntoumi,
Fondation Congolaise pour la Recherche Médicale
Prof. Hülya Bilgin, Istanbul University
Dr. Zeynep Zonp Özaslan, Kocaeli University
Ms Cemile Hurrem Ayhan Balik, Istanbul University
Ms Rakhshi Memon, University College London
Prof Nusrat Husain, The University of Manchester
Prof Joy Duxbury, Manchester Metropolitan University
Dr Alina Haines, Manchester Metropolitan University
Prof Brian Littlechild, University of Hertfordshire