Pandemic management is likely to represent a global reality for years to come, but the roadmap for how to approach pandemic restrictions is as yet unclear. Of the restrictions enacted during COVID-19, among the more controversial surround alcohol.
COVID-19 Perceived Impact and Psychological Variables as Predictors of Unhealthy Food and Alcohol Consumption Trajectories: The Role of Gender and Living with Children as Moderators
The present study examines the trajectories of unhealthy food and alcohol consumption over time and considers whether perceived impact of COVID-19 and psychological variables are predictors of these trajectories. We ascertained whether these predictors are different in women vs. men and between women living with vs. without children.
This webinar explored how COVID-19 pandemic impacted mental health and substance use in young people.
It also discussed the challenges that youth continue to face during the pandemic and how youth allies, including educators, parents, and counselors, can provide support.
The COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly had a major impact on the provision of physical healthcare in Ireland and worldwide. The mental health impact of this pandemic cannot be underestimated, particularly relating to patients suffering with addiction.
Recording of the first webinar from the ISAM Webinar Series on COVID-19 and SUD: A Global Perspective on Challenges and Solutions. For those of you who weren't able to attend the first webinar, here is the video-recording along with slides.