The COVID Social Mobility & Opportunities study (COSMO) means we are now able to look in more depth at the mental health of the ‘covid generation’, including how their mental health compares to previous generations.
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By Professor Sir Geoff Mulgan, Engagement Lead and Co-Investigator of IPPO and Professor Muiris MacCarthaigh, Policy Engagement Lead for Northern Ireland, with contributions from the wider IPPO team. This paper accompanies a systematic evidence...
The pandemic triggered an increase in the incidences of mental health problems across the globe. It also revealed a need to identify what mental health service provision, available at population-level, is effective. A population-level...
Surveys and interviews from over 70,000 participants over two years provided rare, privileged insight into the effects of the pandemic on people’s daily lives
An Australian study of the perspectives of primary school teachers has explored how schools can better support the mental health of their students.
Providers of NHS mental health services are now seeing young people with very severe and complex needs, and if they are admitted to hospital, they are staying longer
Academics from the Schleider Lab for Scalable Mental Health discuss what factors and challenges policymakers need to take into account and overcome when looking at rolling out interventions
Queen’s University Belfast researchers discuss their landmark study on the impact of COVID-19 measures in prisons.
IPPO Cities convened a policy roundtable to explore insights from the pandemic for city policymakers around mental health. The event discussed how mental health is critical for a place’s productivity, resilience, and economic development,...
The director of staff experience & engagement at NHS England reflects on how the pandemic and the NHS People Plan have made staff wellbeing a key priority.