Impact of lockdown on families survey

Published in News on 27 Aug 2020

The University of Edinburgh and partners are currently conducting research into the psychological impact that lockdown restrictions have had on the families of care home residents.

If you have been impacted, or if you know others who have close family members or friends who are care home residents in Scotland, we would like to invite you to take part in this research.

A survey has been created which focuses on the emotional wellbeing and how the lockdown has impacted health and wellbeing as a result of being unable to visit family members or friends. 

The project is a partnership of University of Edinburgh's Usher Institute, the University of the West of Scotland, the University of Strathclyde and Iriss. Further information