Impact on Canadians' mental health due to COVID19
Chan, Angel (author)
Heacock, Helen (thesis advisor)
British Columbia Institute of Technology School of Health Sciences (Degree granting institution)
SARS-CoV-2, also known as COVID19, spread across the globe in 2020 and 2021impacting many people, their livelihood, and their mental health. Because of how the disease spread, certain controls were enacted such as community lockdowns, social distancing, working remotely, restricting one’s social contacts, and mask wearing. This caused unintended consequences where some people are left with psychological distress. While the media and the general public appear to be more focused on the physical health aspect of the virus, mental health has not received the same attention. This study examined the mental health of Canadians during the COVID19 pandemic. Results can be used to create policies and programs addressing mental health issues that have arisen from this global health crisis.
Social distancing (Public health)
COVID-19 pandemic, 2020