The COVID-19 pandemic doesn’t just have a short-term impact. Learning from the pandemics that humans have faced, the COVID-19 pandemic can have a long-term impact. The psychological impact of the Middle-east Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) pandemic can continue to be felt in the future (Park et al., 2020). In the SARS Pandemic, the age group experiencing the pandemic had a higher risk of suicide and the risk of developing mental health problems than the age group that did not experience the SARS outbreak (Tzeng et al., 2020). Psychological impacts and mental health problems due to the pandemic include anxiety, emotional disturbances, and grief (DepPierro et al., 2020).
Through this activity, various individuals from various fields can participate, learn, and share experiences related to how to make a change that is evidence-based, multidisciplinary, and involves various stakeholders. Therefore, participants are expected to make changes in their area and build collaboration with the required stakeholders.
Period : July 19th – August 3rd, 2021
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