According to a study, one in four UK adults’ mental health has been negatively impacted by coronavirus pandemic. The study was co-authored by Lambert Zixin Li of Stanford University, who holds an MPhil in Innovation, Strategy & Organisation from Cambridge Judge (MPhil 2018), and Senhu Wang, a Research Fellow at the Centre for Business Research at Cambridge Judge Business School. “The outbreak of COVID-19 has become a global public health crisis, with an increasing number of people affected psychologically, albeit in various forms and to different degrees. The research itself does not suggest interventions, but the timely provision of psychiatric services and online resources to the socially disadvantaged who do not have resources or the habit of seeking professional help, said Lambert Zixin Li.
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