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Mental health and health behaviours before and during the initial phase of the COVID-19 lockdown: longitudinal analyses of the UK Household Longitudinal Study

Claire L. Niedzwiedz, Michael J. Green, Michaela Benzeval, Desmond D. Campbell, Peter Craig, Evangelia Demou, Alastair H. Leyland, Anna Pearce, Rachel M. Thomson, Elise Whitley

Drug/Alcohol AbusePsychologyDemographyPublic PolicyWell BeingHealthCovid 19


COVID-19: mental health and wellbeing surveillance report

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PsychologyHouseholdsPublic PolicyResearchWell BeingHealthCovid 19


Changing living arrangements, family dynamics and stress during lockdown: evidence from four birth cohorts in the UK

Maria Evandrou, Jane Falkingham, Min Qin, Athina Vlachantoni

PsychologyDemographySocial ChangePublic PolicyWell BeingHealthSociology Of HouseholdsSocial PsychologyCovid 19


Remote working is here to stay – but that doesn’t mean the end of offices or city centres

Alan Felstead, Darja Reuschke

Social GroupsArea EffectsPsychologyGeographyLabour MarketHouseholdsOrganizations And FirmsEconomicsPublic PolicyWell BeingHealthCovid 19


Sociodemographic inequality in exposure to COVID-19-induced economic hardship in the United Kingdom

Dirk Witteveen

DemographyLabour MarketEconomicsPublic PolicyIncome DynamicsWages And EarningsHealthSocial StratificationCovid 19


UK productivity could be improved by a permanent shift towards remote working, research shows

Alan Felstead, Darja Reuschke

Social GroupsArea EffectsPsychologyGeographyLabour MarketHouseholdsOrganizations And FirmsEconomicsPublic PolicyWell BeingHealthCovid 19


Coronavirus: 'Nine in 10 would continue working from home'

Alan Felstead, Darja Reuschke

Social GroupsArea EffectsPsychologyGeographyLabour MarketHouseholdsOrganizations And FirmsEconomicsPublic PolicyWell BeingHealthCovid 19


'Unconscionable': Labour attacks government for trying to force people back to the office during pandemic

Alan Felstead, Darja Reuschke

Social GroupsArea EffectsPsychologyGeographyLabour MarketHouseholdsOrganizations And FirmsEconomicsPublic PolicyWell BeingHealthCovid 19


BCC attacks government 'scaremongering' on getting back to the office

Alan Felstead, Darja Reuschke

Social GroupsArea EffectsPsychologyGeographyLabour MarketHouseholdsOrganizations And FirmsEconomicsPublic PolicyWell BeingHealthCovid 19


Britain is on its way to experiencing an unemployment crisis

Kathleen Henehan

Human CapitalTraining: Labour MarketEducationLabour MarketUnemploymentEconomicsPublic PolicyEconomic PolicyCovid 19


Short courses in social care and ‘green jobs’ likely to help workers move out of coronavirus-hit sectors, though UK ill-prepared to deliver large-scale retraining programmes

Kathleen Henehan

Human CapitalTraining: Labour MarketEducationLabour MarketUnemploymentEconomicsPublic PolicyEconomic PolicyCovid 19


Intersecting ethnic and native–migrant inequalities in the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK

Yang Hu

Social GroupsMigrationLabour MarketUnemploymentPublic PolicyIncome DynamicsHousehold EconomicsEthnic GroupsHealthCovid 19


Working parents, financial insecurity, and child-care: mental health in the time of COVID-19

Massimiliano Tani, Zhiming Cheng, Silvia Mendolia, Alfredo R. Paloyo, David Savage

PsychologyTime UseEducationChild DevelopmentLabour MarketHouseholdsEconomicsPublic PolicyIncome DynamicsHousehold EconomicsWell BeingHealthFinanceCaregivingCovid 19


Can training help workers change their stripes? Retraining and career change in the UK

Kathleen Henehan

Human CapitalTraining: Labour MarketEducationLabour MarketUnemploymentEconomicsPublic PolicyEconomic PolicyCovid 19


Homeworking in the UK: before and during the 2020 lockdown

Alan Felstead, Darja Reuschke

Social GroupsArea EffectsPsychologyGeographyLabour MarketHouseholdsOrganizations And FirmsEconomicsPublic PolicyWell BeingHealthCovid 19


First findings on the impact of COVID-19 on self-employment in the UK - evidence from the Understanding Society household survey

Darja Reuschke, Darja Reuschke, Andrew Henley, Andrew Henley, Elizabeth Daniel, Elizabeth Daniel

Social GroupsSocial GroupsArea EffectsArea EffectsRegional EconomicsRegional EconomicsGeographyGeographyLabour MarketLabour MarketUnemploymentUnemploymentOrganizations And FirmsOrganizations And FirmsEconomicsEconomicsPublic PolicyPublic PolicyIncome DynamicsIncome DynamicsWages And EarningsWages And EarningsEthnic GroupsEthnic GroupsHealthHealthCovid 19Covid 19


Unemployment rate: how many people are out of work?

Mike Brewer, Laura Gardiner, Karl Handscomb

Statistical AnalysisLabour MarketUnemploymentEconomicsPublic PolicyWelfare BenefitsWages And EarningsHealthEconomic PolicyCovid 19


The effect of mental health before and during the COVID-19 pandemic on the UK population

Matthias Pierce, Holly Hope, Tamsin Ford, Stephani Hatch, Matthew Hotopf, Ann John, Evangelos Kontopantelis, Roger Webb, Simon Wessely, Sally McManus

PsychologyPsychiatryDemographyPublic PolicyWell BeingHealthCovid 19


Closure of schools during the COVID-19 lockdown could increase inequalities in primary and secondary education

Nic Pensiero, Tony Kelly, Christian Bokhove

Information And Communication TechnologiesTime UseYoung PeopleEducationChild DevelopmentHouseholdsPublic PolicyHealthSocial StratificationCovid 19


Living in poverty was bad for your health before COVID-19

Adam Tinson

Labour MarketHouseholdsUnemploymentEconomicsPovertyLiving StandardsPublic PolicyIncome DynamicsWages And EarningsHealthCovid 19


Balancing the risks of pupils returning to schools

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Young PeopleYoung PeopleEducationEducationChild DevelopmentChild DevelopmentHouseholdsHouseholdsEconomicsEconomicsPublic PolicyPublic PolicyHealthHealthLife Course AnalysisLife Course AnalysisCovid 19Covid 19


Furlough ‘stemmed the tide’ of poor mental health during UK lockdown, study suggests

Brendan Burchell, Senhu Wang, Daiga Kamerāde, Ioulia Bessa, Jill Rubery

PsychologyLabour MarketUnemploymentOrganizations And FirmsEconomicsPublic PolicyWell BeingHealthCovid 19


Government issued with four-word furlough warning over changes to scheme on August 1

Brendan Burchell, Senhu Wang, Daiga Kamerāde, Ioulia Bessa, Jill Rubery

PsychologyLabour MarketUnemploymentOrganizations And FirmsEconomicsPublic PolicyWell BeingHealthCovid 19


Risk of mental health problems identical for those on furlough and in work, study finds

Brendan Burchell, Senhu Wang, Daiga Kamerāde, Ioulia Bessa, Jill Rubery

PsychologyLabour MarketUnemploymentOrganizations And FirmsEconomicsPublic PolicyWell BeingHealthCovid 19


Briefing note COVID-19 survey: family relationships

Michaela Benzeval, Jonathan Burton, Thomas F. Crossley, Paul Fisher, Annette Jäckle, Brienna Perelli-Harris, Sandra Walzenbach

PsychologyTime UseYoung PeopleEducationLabour MarketPublic PolicyWell BeingHealthSocial BehaviourSociology Of HouseholdsCaregivingSocial PsychologyCovid 19