We have just drawn 40 winning participants for our first round of prize draws. Check your email! Congratulations to the winners, and commiserations to those that were not selected. But, you’ll have more chances soon and your chances will improve the more of the surveys you complete! We will be running further draws for thoseContinue reading “First Prize Draw – Check your email!”
We were honoured when Leicester Young People’s Council put together this video about the Oxford ARC study. We are still looking for many more teenagers to take part in the study – watch the video to see why it’s important we involve young people in mental health research. You can find out more about theContinue reading “Why #Quaranteens think young people’s mental health research is important”
Here we have collated some of the results from the first four weeks of the Oxford ARC study. In other exciting news, last week we started our group’s Instagram account – follow us for regular updates on this project. Young people have been telling us that they spend on average three hours of the dayContinue reading “Week 3 update”
In this second report we analysed the first three weeks of responses. Our focus in this report are reports of depression, anxiety, wellbeing, and loneliness.
The Oxford ARC study will provide useful information on what promotes psychological resilience in young people during periods of prolonged stress and isolation. Over 500 young people and parents have taken part in the first part of our study. Young people feel left out of the COVID-19 conversation (British Science Association report). The Oxford ARCContinue reading “Oxford ARC study – our first update!”
New study investigating resilience and protective factors to worry and mental ill health during the COVID-19 pandemic The full study information can be downloaded here