AISA Partners with the University of Cambridge to research the impact of COVID on adolescent Mental Health

POSTED: May 25, 2021Category: GeneralBY: Barnabas Suva

AISA is partnering with Cambridge University (UK) on the Cambridge Mind-App study into adolescent mental health, cognition, lifestyle, and technology use during COVID-19. This research will explore how young people have weathered the experience of living through a pandemic and the subsequent impact on their sense of connectedness and mental wellbeing. AISA will be distributing information to schools in August about how their students can participate, with the data collection starting in September and ending in December.  See Find out more Cambridge study Information for Schools

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