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Maintaining health and wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic

During a pandemic outbreak, how can we try and keep ourselves mentally and physically well? This is the question the School of Psychology at the IoPPN answered in a series of talks at our virtual event 'Maintaining health and wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic' on 2 April 2020. Below, you will find video recordings of all of the talks.

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 Benjamin Gardner




Me, myself and exercise: Keeping active during COVID-19 - Dr Katrin Hulme



Maximising sleep in these uncertain time - 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 and 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 and Ms Aysenur Kilic



ACTing with uncertainty: Emotions and COVID-19 - Dr Whitney Scott



Watch the event in full