In reviewing the social and political aspects of the pandemic, there appear to be three major paradoxes, writes Geoff Mulgan
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Mental Health in the City: can developing a new ‘Urban Psychology’ be an antidote to poor design and policy?
Chris Murray, Director of Core Cities UK, writes for IPPO Cities on urban psychology in advance of his appearance at our virtual roundtable on Mental Health in the City on 12 May 2022 at...
The furlough scheme was useful in protecting mental health, but not without its drawbacks, UCL researchers find.
New research shows that teenagers and the parents of young children was hardest hit by the strain of homeschooling during lockdown
The pandemic is far from over there and there is a need to invest in public health supports to address its effects on mental health.
As many across the UK return to a maskless pre-pandemic way of life, there remain people who will never be safe from the worst effects of COVID-19.