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Compliance with self-isolation was high among survey participants although additional behavioural measures show building on support and guidance could help even more people in Scotland self-isolate successfully, according to a new report by the Scottish Centre for Social Research (ScotCen).
Children experiencing poor mental health while at secondary school are three times as likely not to pass five GCSEs including Maths and English, a major new study led by researchers at the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) has found.
Researchers from the National Centre for Social Research will assess the COVID-19 pandemic’s ongoing impact on UK LGBT+ communities, and how the LGBT+ voluntary and community sectors can be best supported to respond.
The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed everyday life and seen unprecedented government intervention in the economy and society. Yet the public’s views on welfare, public spending and individual freedoms have scarcely changed since the pandemic began, a new post-lockdown survey by the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) reveals today.
However, the government’s decision to spend money on keeping people in jobs, and on increased welfare benefit for those without one, does match a changed public mood that was already in evidence before the pandemic.
Employees facing increased job and financial insecurity at the onset of the pandemic suffered a wave of mental distress, according to research published today by the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen).