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The second output from this research project is a briefing paper investigating how job and financial insecurity is related to mental distress amongst employees across the UK, and the impact the UK government’s furlough scheme has had on this.
Defra commissioned NatCen to conduct this research into current provision of activities that support children and young people’s engagement with the natural environment outside of school.
The only annual national source of information on the health and factors relating to the health of people living in Scotland.
The first output of this research project is a briefing paper investigating how job and financial insecurity is related to mental distress amongst employees across the UK, and the impact the UK government’s furlough scheme has had on this.
This research investigates how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted people’s mental health and financial situation, and how this differs among different groups of the UK population.
This survey looks at the mental health of children and young people, experiences of family life, education and services, and worries and anxieties during the coronavirus pandemic.
We were commissioned by the Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues to conduct an evaluative survey to provide JCCV with a better idea of the extent and nature of its impact on schools and practitioners.
This research produces temporal trends for a range of different indicators of mental disorder, taking a gender-informed perspective on context and risk.
This report synthesises findings across all strands of GambleAware’s recent programme of studies and reports on current need, demand and use of gambling treatment and support in Great Britain.