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Emerging longitudinal scholars: Mental wellbeing, ethnicity and gender

22 May 2024, 1:00 pm‚Äď2:00 pm

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Join this event to hear Karen Arulsamy and Mary Abed Al Ahad discuss their longitudinal research on mental wellbeing, ethnicity and gender in the final webinar in CLOSER's Emerging Longitudinal Scholars series.

This event is free.

Event Information

Open to

All

Availability

Yes

Cost

Free

Organiser

Jennie Blows

Chaired by CLOSER research fellow, , this webinar will feature two talks:

  • The gendered impact of COVID-19 on health behaviours and mental health: Evidence from the UK (Karen Arulsamy, National University of Singapore)
  • Is air pollution associated with poor mental well-being and how this association differs by ethnic sub-groups in the UK? (Mary Abed Al Ahad, University of St Andrews)¬†

This event is part of a webinar series that aims to provide a collaborative platform for fostering knowledge exchange and showcasing research by early career researchers using UK longitudinal population study data.


This online event will be particularly useful for researchers, PhD students and early career researchers.


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