COVID-19 and Stanford WELL for Life study to understand the effects of shelter-in-place on well-being (Ann Hsing)

Hsing and the Stanford WELL for Life team are investigating the effect of COVID-19 and the shelter-in-place order on well-being. They are surveying existing Stanford WELL for Life participants (about 5,000) with the WELL questionnaire, which measures distress and multiple dimensions of well-being longitudinally at six time points over the next 12 months. This approach will enable the evaluation of the short- and long-term effects of COVID-19 quarantine and social distancing on emotions, social connectedness and physical health. Stanford Office of Technology Licensing info@otlmail.stanford.edu. 650-723-0651

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