Pleased to have had an interview with Kate Whitehead of South China Morning Post newspaper regarding my peer-reviewed article on the psychosocial consequences of mandatory quarantine in Hong Kong. Please see link below: https://www.scmp.com/lifestyle/health-wellness/article/3144108/how-21-day-coronavirus-quarantine-damages-mental-health?module=lead_hero_story&pgtype=homepage
Disclaimer This article is part of a research project for which I received full ethical approval. The findings herein are the voices of 150 Hong Kong residents who took part in this study, all of whom gave their full consent. As a qualitative researcher, one is supposed to bracket one’s own personal opinion so as […]
Study 1: Exploring the Psychosocial Consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic on Expatriate Families in Hong Kong Context: Without a doubt, COVID-19, a worldwide pandemic has affected humanity on a global level. One cannot imagine a population that hasn’t been affected in some way, shape or form by the effects of the virus. While the regular […]
Sir Ken Robinson thoughts on a Call to Unite from May 2020.