Feelings of loneliness may be a consequence of COVID-19

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During these challenging times of social distancing and isolation, experts say feelings of loneliness are heightened, and it’s taking a toll on peoples health and mental wellbeing.

Researchers at Swinburne University are helping to conduct a global study into the impact loneliness is having during the pandemic.

Patti Burton spoke with Dr Michelle Lim, Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology at Swinburne University about this new research.

If you would like to participate in the study or find out more, click here

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