How has Covid-19 impacted doctoral and early career researchers? What good practice can be adopted by supervisors, line managers and institutions to reduce some of this impact? Elizabeth, Amy and Trish discuss these questions in this podcast, drawing from both the research data and their personal experiences.
Author: Zoe Catchpole (Zoe Catchpole)
SMaRteN have worked in partnership with Vitae to put together a survey to understand the impact of COVID-19 associated lock down on doctoral and early career researchers, the outcomes of which will guide the longer term response to supporting researchers through and following the pandemic.
Survivors' voices, The McPin Foundation and VAMHN have launched an anonymous consultation to understand the impact of Covid-19 containment measures on “off-radar” children and young people trapped at home and at risk of violence and abuse to develop concrete measures to help children and young people at risk of such abuse. The online survey is aimed at adults who can identify with experiencing violence and abuse at home and no helping agency knowing about it for long periods (or ever).
The Emerging Minds network have worked with parents and carers to develop a new study to help understand how families are coping during the Covid-19 pandemic and what parents can do to help support their children’s mental health.
Researchers from the MARCH network have launched a study into the psychological and social effects of Covid-19 in the UK. The Covid-19 Social Study is looking for people aged 18+ years in the UK to answer a 15-minute online survey now and then a shorter 10-minute follow-up survey once a week whilst social isolation measures...