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The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) commissioned NatCen to explore the relationship between loneliness and mental health across four key life stages.
This project analyses data collected in the Community Life Survey (2012/13-2019/20) and Understanding Society (Waves 9 and 10) to explore experiences of loneliness amongst adults in England.
Centre for Ageing Better (Ageing Better) commissioned NatCen to undertake survey research and qualitative depth interviews to explore the effects of the pandemic on people aged 50-70.
The Mental Health of Children and Young People (MHCYP) survey series provides England’s Official Statistics on trends in child mental health.
The research is a vital first step forward in addressing the lack of evidence within the field.
This report is the first to present nationally representative data on the health of lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) adults in England.
The third output of this research project is a briefing paper investigating whether working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic is associated with increased mental distress amongst employees across the UK, and how this relates to social isolation and financial difficulties.
The second output from this research project is a briefing paper investigating how job and financial insecurity is related to mental distress amongst employees across the UK, and the impact the UK government’s furlough scheme has had on this.
Defra commissioned NatCen to conduct this research into current provision of activities that support children and young people’s engagement with the natural environment outside of school.
The only annual national source of information on the health and factors relating to the health of people living in Scotland.