Research at the London School of Economics and Political Science want to understand what impact covid19 coronavirus has on mentalhealth, wellbeing and loneliness of carers supporting people with poor mentalhealth. If you are an unpaid carer help LSE by filling in their brief
The survey should take about 15 minutes. All information will be treated in confidence. You can change answers until you submit the questionnaire. It has received ethical clearance from the London School of Economics and Political Science. If you have questions please contact David McDaid Email: firstname.lastname@example.org More information at http://eufami.org/2020/04/28/covid-19/
Are you an unpaid caregiver for someone with #MultipleSclerosis, #dementia, #cancer or #mentalhealth condition?
Researchers at Kings College London are recruiting UK participants aged 18+ for a 35 – 40 min online survey to better understand resilience and distress during COVID-19 pandemic.
Thanks for dropping by my carers blog post. This site raises awareness of unpaid carers and mental health. As of this blog post I am caring for someone close and just coping the best I can, while keeping a close eye on events. As of the title, this blog post is about the Corona virus and its implication to carers like myself and those in the community.
If you have been following my tweets on twitter, I have been posting that carers need to take care of themselves. Sometimes I have done a blog post about carer wellbeing and sometimes I will do a video blog or podcast.