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Mental health and predictors of psychological distress among people with heart failure during the COVID-19 pandemic

This study will investigate mental health and wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic among people with heart failure compared to people who do not have heart failure. Completing this research will help us to understand the mental health impact of a pandemic situation for people with heart failure. Participants will complete an online survey with questions on mental and physical health, COVID-19, and coping.

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Funded by:

Supported by University of Glasgow

Location:

Online

Recruitment Criterea:

  • Participants will be invited to take part if they have a diagnosis of heart failure or have been invited to take part by a friend who has heart failure (for the control group).
  • Participants will be eligible to take part if they are aged 18 years old or above, currently reside in Scotland, understand English, and are able to complete an online survey.

Recruitment End Date: Once recruitment target is reached

Recruitment Contact:

  • Name: Elizabeth Hannaford, Trainee Clinical Psychologist, University of Glasgow, Institute of Health & Wellbeing
  • Email: e.hannaford.2@research.gla.ac.uk
  • Phone: 01412110690

Recruitment End Date:

31/12/2021