Maintaining health and well-being during the Covid-19 pandemic: Online event with King’s College London

02/04/2020

Our partners, IoPPN at King’s College London ran an online event with brief 5-8 minute presentations on how to maintain health and well-being during the Covid-19 pandemic, using psychology theory and evidence. Don’t worry if you missed it, you can find all the presentations below.

The event covered the following topics:

  1. Do I or don’t I have COVID-19? The anxiety trap

by Professor Rona Moss-Morris

 

2. Health behaviour for COVID19 The good, the bad, and the ugly
Dr Joseph Chilcot

 

3. Me, myself and exercise: Keeping active during COVID-19

Dr Katrin Hulme

 

4. Maximising sleep in these uncertain times

Dr Federica Picariello

 

5. Make your eating healthier while being at home

Ms Neli Pavlova

 

6. Keeping an eye on the drinks How to minimise the risks

Dr Martha Canfield

 

7. Lonesome no more Ways to feel socially connected while physically distancing

Dr Ruth Hackett

 

8. “We’re in this together”: Making the most of social support networks

Dr Joanna Hudson and Ms Aysenur Kilic

 

 

9. Focusing on the horizon: Continuing management of long term conditions during COVID-19

Dr Lyndsay Hughes

 

 

10. Schools out but you don’t have to be! Coping with the kids at home during the COVID-19 pandemic

Dr Emma Godfrey

 

11. Can I have some space? How to manage sex and relationships

Ms Ashley Brown and Ms Aysenur Kilic

 

12. ACTing with uncertainty: Emotions and COVID-19

Dr Whitney Scott