A year has passed, and the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread around the world. Apart from its direct devastating health consequences, voices have been raised about decreasing mental health. [1] The introduction of social distancing measures and lockdown to prevent the spread of COVID-19 led to a sudden change of routine, a drastic change of the physical and social environment (e.g., reduced social contacts and connection), a change of working conditions and economic losses, all are known to be important drivers for mental health and mental disorders.

Resilience and coping with COVID-19. The COPERS Study / Backhaus, INSA LINNEA; Sisenop, Felix; Begotaraj, Edvaldo; Cachia, John; Capolongo, Stefano; Carta, Mauro G.; Jakubauskiene, Marija; Jevtic, Marija; Nakov, Vladimir; Cristian Pirlog, Mihail; Grbic, Danijela S.; Vinko, Matej; Kusturica, Milica P.; Morganti, Alessandro; Lindert, Jutta. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH. - ISSN 1661-8564. - 66:(2021), pp. 1-2. [10.3389/ijph.2021.1604007]

Resilience and coping with COVID-19. The COPERS Study

Insa Backhaus;Edvaldo Begotaraj;Stefano Capolongo;
2021

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A year has passed, and the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread around the world. Apart from its direct devastating health consequences, voices have been raised about decreasing mental health. [1] The introduction of social distancing measures and lockdown to prevent the spread of COVID-19 led to a sudden change of routine, a drastic change of the physical and social environment (e.g., reduced social contacts and connection), a change of working conditions and economic losses, all are known to be important drivers for mental health and mental disorders.
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Note: A year has passed, and the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread around the world. Apart from its direct devastating health consequences, voices have been raised about decreasing mental health. [1] The introduction of social distancing measures and lockdown to prevent the spread of COVID-19 led to a sudden change of routine, a drastic change of the physical and social environment (e.g., reduced social contacts and connection), a change of working conditions and economic losses, all are known to be important drivers for mental health and mental disorders.
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