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This study is open to anyone. Please help us understand your mental wellbeing, metal health and mental healthcare under COVID19.

Mental wellbeing & the coronavirus pandemic

Since December 2019 the coronavirus (COVID19) outbreak has had a serious impact on everyone's daily lives globally, and has affected the mental wellbeing of many of us. The mental health care of patients, families and healthcare professionals has also been compromised.

The World Dignity Project - a non-governmental organization - campaigns to ensure good mental health for all. We want to understand the impact of the current COVID19 outbreak on individuals, families and professionals who may be directly or indirectly affected by it, so we can identify what resources may be required in future pandemic outbreaks.

The Global Mental Health Peer Network - a worldwide mental health care user organization working to ensure that the voices of people with lived experience of mental health conditions are heard and their rights respected - has offered to collaborate on this important task.

Infectious diseases with fast transmission such as COVID19 are likely to happen again. Our mutual goal is to identify and campaign for changes, where needed, to ensure that the right help is available to protect the mental health and wellbeing of all.  

What we would like to learn from you

We would like you to share your experience about:

  • How you have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic?

  • What helped you?

  • What lessons can we learn so that people are better able to cope with a pandemic such as this if it happens again?

Please support this initiative by contributing your thoughts and experiences in this survey, and by encouraging others to do the same. The study asks you to answer several questions and describe your experience in words and (optional) pictures. It should take up to 15 minutes of your time. We do not ask for any personal information and the responses you provide cannot be linked to you personally.

Clicking the link below indicates that you have read and understood the information on this page. If you do not wish to participate then please click away from this page. If you have any questions once you begin the study, please contact me through the Message button. Thank you again for agreeing to take part in this important study.


If you are concerned about your mental health or wellbeing, please seek help as soon as possible. Click here for some resources which may help: https://peopleblogspot.com/covid19-resources

By clicking Submit... you agree to answer the survey honestly and to the best of your ability. Your user name cannot be linked to you personally.