The psychology of coping with quarantine

Author(s):
Dr Raj Persaud interviews Professor Neil Greenberg

Duration:
28 minutes

Credits:
0.5

Published:
April 2020

Type:
Podcast

CPD domain:
Academic, Clinical

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The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many people around the world to enter a period of quarantine, but what outcome will this have on our mental health and how can we help to reduce the psychological impact? In this podcast, Professor Neil Greenberg talks to Dr Raj Persaud about how to cope with quarantine and the surprising findings of the latest psychological research on the mental effects of quarantine, as recently published by a group of mental health experts including Professor Greenberg in The Lancet – The psychological impact of quarantine and how to reduce it: rapid review of the evidence.

 

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