International Network of Longitudinal Studies on Mental Health in Covid-19

The COVID-Minds Network aims to link together researchers working across the world on the impact of Covid-19 on mental health.

This survey is collating information on all longitudinal studies including questions on mental health during the Covid-19 pandemic. 

Please provide details for any studies you are involved in below and help spread the word to other researchers. If you are working on more than one study, please complete a new survey entry for each study.

You can visit the study website for more information: www.COVIDMinds.org

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* 1. What is the name of the study you are providing details on?

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* 2. Who is the contact person for this study?

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* 3. What is their job title and institution?

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* 4. What is their email address?

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* 5. Which country/countries is the study based in?

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* 6. Who are the study partners?

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* 7. What is the study design?

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* 8. How frequently are people being contacted? How long will the study go on for?

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* 9. What is the study population? (e.g. age range, particular characteristics)

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* 10. Where has the study been sampled from? Please detail if it is representative or a convenience sample, and any other key details.

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* 11. What is your planned sample size? How many people have you recruited so far?

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* 12. Can you briefly describe the topics you are covering and any measures you are using?

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* 13. Have you included any of the following measures?

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* 14. What stage of the study are you in?

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* 15. Will your data be open access for other researchers to see?

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* 16. Please provide any further information you feel is relevant or provide the links to study websites.

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* 17. Are you looking for collaborators for your study?

Thank you for your participation. We will be compiling responses and contacting teams shortly to help connect people together. In the meantime, you can read more about the network at www.COVIDMInds.org 
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