Community survey on the impact of social distancing

Could you spare a few minutes to complete a survey?

Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) Public Health Institute and School of Psychology have published a survey aiming to help them to understand more about the needs of people in our communities at this time.

Information gathered will be used to design services and deliver support to those who need it most.

LJMU is specifically interested in understanding how people understand and adhere to the current guidance about staying at home and social distancing, and the impact this has on wider health and wellbeing (including violence).

The research will explore positive and negative impacts, and understand differences between population groups (including black, Asian and minority ethnic communities, and LGBTQ+ communities).

Anyone over the age of 18, living in the North West of England, can complete the survey. To read the full guidance from LJMU and take part in the survey, click on the title below:

A survey of Peoples’ and Households’ Ongoing Efforts in Response to the National COVID-19 Guidance and its Impacts Across the North West

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