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IoPPN Psychology Department at King's College London would like to invite you to join this public online event.

The event will be streamed via Microsoft Teams (link below), and presenters will be delivering brief 5-8 minute talks on how to maintain health and wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic, using health psychology theory and evidence.

There will be some time between talks to answer questions from the audience (using the chat function).


  • Do I or don’t I have COVID-19? The anxiety trap - Professor Rona Moss-Morris
  • Health behaviour for COVID-19: The good, the bad, and the ugly - Dr Joseph Chilcot
  • Sitting it out: Top tips to reduce sitting at home - Dr Ben Gardner
  • Me, myself & exercise: Keeping active during COVID-19 - Dr Katrin Hulme
  • Maximising sleep in these uncertain times - Dr Federica Picariello
  • Make your eating healthier ​while being at home - ​Ms Neli Pavlova
  • Keeping an eye on the drinks: How to minimise the risks of harmful drinking at home - Dr Martha Canfield
  • Lonesome no more: Ways to feel connected while physically isolated - Dr Ruth Hackett
  • “We're in this together”: Making the most of social support networks - Dr Joanna Hudson & Ms Aysenur Kilic
  • Focusing on the horizon: Continuing management of long term conditions during COVID-19 - Dr Lyndsay Hughes
  • Schools out but you don't have to be? Coping with the kids at home during the COVID-19 pandemic - Dr Emma Godfrey
  • Can I have some space? How to manage sex and relationships - Ms Ashley Brown & Ms Aysenur Kilic
  • ACTing with uncertainty: Emotions and COVID-19 - Dr Whitney Scott

The event will be chaired by Professor Rona Moss-Morris. 

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At this event

Rona Moss-Morris

Professor of Psychology as Applied to Medicine

Martha  Canfield

Research Fellow

Ruth Hackett

Lecturer in Health Psychology

Lyndsay Hughes

Senior Lecturer

Emma Godfrey

Reader in Health Psychology