Mental health & Covid-19
The Covid-19 pandemic seems to effect our well-being. Here are some interesting pieces of information, research and tips on how to cope.
- Mental health research output is already greater for COVID-19 compared to Ebola and H1N1 combined, 2020
- One in five COVID-19 patients develop mental illness within 90 days – study, November 10, 2020
- Lock down stress particularly hard on vulnerable families, October 6, 2020 (Lock down stress lijkt mee te vallen maar raakt kwetsbare families extra hard)
- Research article: Daily emotional well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic, by Lades et al.
- Dutch population less happy: especially parents and people with income insecurity (from the ehero project)
- Dutch students less happy: Welzijn HvA studenten onder druk door corona. According to this Dutch article, students are experiencing problems with concentration, uncertainty and loneliness.
- Podcast on mental health & young people
- Five strategies for staying happy during the pandemic , 2020
- 99 things to be happy about during the Corona pandemic (in Dutch), such as less FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out), no more rush hour and commuting in the morning and preparing (warm) lunch at home when remote working, October 30, 2020
- Tackling a mental health crisis during a global pandemic, May 13, 2020
- BBC article on how to stay happy and healthy during the coronavirus outbreak
- University for well-being: Hacking well-being within this EU project
- Physical and mental health: digital solutions (Welzijn en zorg op afstand: ICT mogelijkheden op een rij)
- VPRO Tegenlicht has encouraged and collected novel initiatives from pioneers for improving the GGZ (Dutch association for Mental health).