The Alone Together Study explores how factors like housing, social relationships and resilience impact mental health and wellbeing.
Findings from the study will help our researchers understand what puts our community at risk during pandemics, what protects them and what can be done to safeguard mental health and wellbeing in the future.
You are eligible to participate in this study if you:
Participants will be invited to complete a confidential survey that should take about 30 minutes to complete.
The survey will ask you questions about your demographics, housing, living arrangements, social networks and relationships, wellbeing, alcohol and drug use.
You will also be invited to participate in shorter follow-up surveys, which will occur every six months for two years post-COVID.
Taking part in the study is voluntary, if you choose to participate you can still withdraw at any time.
For more information, contact Dr Marlee Bower at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Alone Together study is a multidisciplinary team of researchers in mental health, substance use, urban planning, public health, occupational therapy and social policy.
Ethics approval number: 2020/460