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  • Woman working out finances July 2021 Working from home and mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic

    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.

  • Woman working out finances April 2021 Finances and mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic

    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.

  • Woman on the phone February 2021 DWP Telephone Assessments

    Prior to the Covid-19 pandemic, Personal Independence Payment (PIP) assessments and Work Capability Assessments (WCA) included a face-to-face element to provide evidence towards the benefit decision. Since the introduction of the lockdown measures in March 2020 the usual face-to-face medical assessments were temporarily suspended and replaced with telephone assessments.

  • Pounds and pennies November 2020 Exploring the relationship between economic security, furlough and mental distress

    The first output of 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.

  • Woman working out finances November 2020 Monitoring socioeconomic and mental health trajectories through the COVID-19 pandemic

    This research investigates how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted people’s mental health and financial situation, and how this differs among different groups of the UK population.

  • Older couple sitting outside October 2020 Pension Freedoms

    A qualitative research study of individuals’ decumulation journeys

  • iStock-1158702105 October 2020 Scottish Social Attitudes 2019: Intra-household distribution of resources

    Scottish Social Attitudes (SSA) has been measuring and tracking changes in people’s social, political and moral attitudes in Scotland since 1999. The survey is a critical gauge of public opinion, and is used by the Government, journalists, opinion formers and academics.

  • mail September 2020 Access to Post

    Citizens Advice commissioned NatCen to conduct research into post insecurity in the UK: what is the extent of post insecurity in the UK, who is most affected, and what are the impacts?

  • mind the gap October 2019 Transport and inequality

    The Department for Transport commissioned NatCen to conduct a rapid evidence assessment on the links between transport and inequality.

  • Family lounge scene July 2019 Parents’ experiences of claiming the childcare element of Universal Credit

    Save the Children UK commissioned NatCen to conduct a qualitative research study to explore parents’ experiences of claiming the childcare element of UC in England.

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