As lockdown continues, what effect is social isolation having on our mental health? Matthew Taylor talks to Daisy Fancourt, Associate Professor in psychobiology & epidemiology at University College London.
Global crises cause big changes and reveal deep structural weaknesses. As drastic measures are taken across the world to stop the spread of COVID-19, what are the short, medium and long term implications for our society, our economy, geopolitics - and us as individuals?
In this special interview series from the RSA, it’s chief executive, Matthew Taylor, talks to a range of practitioners - from scholars to business leaders, politicians to journalists - to assess the scale of the response and consider how we build effective bridges to our new future.
Daisy Fancourt is Associate Professor in Psychobiology & Epidemiology at University College London. If you wish to take part in The UCL study on the mental health impact of Coronavirus click here.
Produced by Craig Templeton Smith
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