What next for health services?
- Our understanding of mental health is growing. As we understand the psychological impact and strategies to implement during and beyond COVID-19, we will be better placed to meet future challenges.
- We can focus on prevention. Our expanding knowledge provides opportunities to prevent poor mental health and build mental wellbeing.
- We can take collaborative action. The solidarity and collaboration fostered by COVID-19 and it’s challenges can be harnessed and learned from.
- Our achievements can empower us. Individuals, groups, and systems have made great achievements through innovation and dedication, which we must recognise.
Do you feel that positives can emerge from this crisis? What circumstances or actions do we need to allow this to happen?
COVID-19: Psychological Impact, Wellbeing and Mental Health
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