In May, we launched a special COVID-19 Survey of to examine the impact of the pandemic on your your health, your family, your social life and your work.
Thank you to everyone who took part. Your contribution will help researchers understand how the coronavirus outbreak has affected different aspects of people’s lives as well as track the long term impacts of the pandemic. This information will help the government and service providers work out how best to support those most affected.
We’ll be inviting you to complete a follow-up survey in a few months.
Like all of our surveys, it is entirely up to you whether or not you choose to take part in the follow-up.
The COVID study is a collaboration between the MRC Unit for Lifelong Health and Ageing at UCL (LHA), who houses the SABRE study, and the Centre for Longitudinal Studies. More information on the research and it’s finding can be found on the LHA website:
Podcast on COVID-19
UCL Minds – Episode 9: How has the pandemic highlighted BAME inequalities?
Our director, Prof Nish Chatuverdi, joined Dr Rob Aldridge and Dr Delan Devakumar to dicuss the recent report on disparities in the risks and outcomes of Covid-19 and other issues of inequality during the pandemic.