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Understanding resilience and distress in unpaid caregivers during COVID-19

24 May 2020

Can you help us understand more about resilience and distress in unpaid caregivers during the COVID-19 pandemic? We are recruiting non-caregivers too!

Prize draw with up to £100 Amazon vouchers!

We are seeking participants who are either:
1) people NOT currently in a caregiver role
OR
2) long term caregivers/carers for one of 4 conditions (dementia, multiple sclerosis, cancer, mental health condition), to take part in this online study.

Requirements

  • 1) Non-caregivers (control group) must be:
  • Aged 18+
  • UK residents
  • Fluent in English and normal or corrected-to-normal vision
  • --OR--
  • 2) Caregivers must be:
  • Unpaid (except Carers' Allowance)
  • In their role for 6 months or more
  • For one of the following conditions: dementia, multiple sclerosis, cancer or any mental health condition.
  • Aged 18+
  • UK residents
  • Fluent in English and normal or corrected-to-normal vision

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Ethical approval

Ethics ref: HR-19/20-14617

About the researcher

I am a researcher at King's College London. Outside my 9-5 job at King's, I am leading recruitment for this study. as a volunteer research assistant, working alongside two clinical researchers in the psychology department.

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