Youth Mental Health & COVID-19: The Evidence Base 2 – Disadvantaged, Marginalised & Vulnerable Groups

How has the mental health of children & young people living in different circumstances changed due to COVID-19?

Full session

The second day of our conference on Youth Mental Health & COVID-19 centred around the evidence base on how this has affected disadvantaged, marginalised and vulnerable

The speakers were as follows:

00:00 – Introduction, Professor Craig Morgan, Kings College London

03:58 – The impact of the pandemic and associated restrictions on the mental health of children and adolescents from marginalised and vulnerable groups in the UK. What does the evidence suggest so far?
Dr Charlotte Gayer-Anderson, Kings College London

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15:03 – “My biggest worry right now is the mental health of my children”: the experiences of families living on a low income during the pandemic
Dr Katie Pybus, University of York

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28:21 – COVID-19, social restrictions, and mental distress among yong people from diverse backgrounds: findings from REACH
Dr Gemma Knowles, Kings College London

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39:54 – Off-radar children and young people at risk of abuse in their homes during COVID-19: What do we need to know and what can we do?
Laura E Fischer, Artist-Activist, Researcher, Consultant and Jane Chevous, Co-founder of Survivors’ Voices

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59:01 – From “feeling lost” to “a better understanding of yourself”: how did lockdown impact the mental health of young people in inner city London?
Dr Georgina Miguel Esponda, Kings College London

01:09:48 – How the mental health of children & young people living in our communities has changed due to COVID-19
John Murphy,Chief Executive of Oasis Community Learning

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01:16:00 – Panel Discussion

COVID-19, social restrictions, and mental distress among young people from diverse backgrounds: findings from REACH

Dr Gemma Knowles, Kings College London

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Off-radar children and young people at risk of abuse in their homes during COVID-19: What we need to know and what we can do?

Laura E. Fischer, Artist-Activist, Researcher, Consultant and Jane Chevous, Co-founder of Survivors' Voices

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From “feeling lost” to “a better understanding of yourself”: how did lockdown impact the mental health of young people in inner city London?

Dr Georgina Miguel Esponda, Kings College London

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Parents Voices

Nikki Chapman, Emerging Minds Network

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How the mental health of children & young people living in our communities has changed due to COVID-19

John Murphy, Chief Executive of Oasis Community Learning

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Resources suggested by conference participants

e-BRAIN study – a study of early childhood experiences and brain maturation – https://www.ebrainstudy.com/

Violence, Abuse and Mental Health Network: COVID-19 resources – http://www.vamhn.co.uk/covid-19-resources.html

Violence, Abuse and Mental Health Network: Fear at home focus group – November 2020 (PDF) – http://www.vamhn.co.uk/uploads/1/2/2/7/122741688/fear_at_home_report_final.pdf

Survivors Voices – https://survivorsvoices.org/

The Lancet Psychiatry podcast: Off-radar youth – https://www.buzzsprout.com/1391365/6753130

NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde: Young People’s Resources – One Good Adult report, resources & toolkit – https://www.nhsggc.org.uk/about-us/professional-support-sites/healthy-minds/child-and-youth-mental-health/one-good-adult/

NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde: Mental Health Improvement & Early Intervention for Children and Young People – https://www.nhsggc.org.uk/media/239461/cyp-mhi-strategy-update-grid-aug-16.pdf

 

Conference partners

We were delighted to work with these partner organisations to put on this event:


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