School of Psychology | Covid-19 survey
Participants are required to explore awareness, attitudes and actions of people identified as ‘high risk’ of severe illness from coronavirus (covid-19) by the UK Government.
Researchers in the School of Psychology are conducting this study alongside colleagues at University College London, University of Birmingham and Scaled Insights (an AI company based at Nexus).
The study involves completion of an online survey.
At the end of the study, participants will be entered into a prize draw to win one of three £100 amazon vouchers.
The survey asks participants about their awareness of the risks of covid-19, how they are managing their high risk status (health conditions, aged 70 years or over, or pregnant), as well as how the coronavirus (covid-19) outbreak has impacted their wellbeing and lifestyle behaviours.
This project has been approved by the Research Ethics committee of the School of Psychology
- Contact: Dr Stuart W. Flint - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ethical approval reference number: PSYC-27, Date: 15.04.2020
- Closing date for participants: 15 May 2020