Study Findings

As the study progresses we will keep you informed of our findings. On this page you will find links to reports and papers telling you what we have found out. 

BMJ Journal, 30th Jun:
Psychosocial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on 4378 UK healthcare workers and ancillary staff

New NHSCHECK paper out: mental health and wellbeing data from >4k healthcare workers from April-June 2020 shows women, nurses, and younger staff tended to have poorer outcomes than other staff. We suggest focussing support for those most in need.

Read the full article here

Our Preliminary Findings: Jan 21

Our preliminary data from three London NHS Trusts shows high rates of probable common mental disorders. Groups most at risk of reporting mental health problems include: women, younger staff, and nurses. Our findings suggest a pressing need to identify which support initiatives are the most effective and a requirement for longer-term follow up to monitor changes in wellbeing as the pandemic progresses.