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Pandemic One Year Later: A Reflection on the Current and Impending Mental Health Crises

2021-07-26
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The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered increased levels of psychological distress worldwide. The youth, adolescents, and young college students feel that their future is spiralling out of control; the adult population faces the consequences of the pandemic’s effects on their diet and exercise habits; and the elderly population—at the highest risk of contracting a life-threatening form of the virus—have had their mental health severely affected. As we slowly move towards a post-pandemic way of life, now is not the time to turn a blind eye to these issues. Instead, we need to remain aware, listen to others, and advocate for the importance of mental health more than ever!

Read our feature article by Cameron Mitchell for a mental health insight into the COVID-19 pandemic: one year later. Pandemic One Year Later: A Reflection on the Current and Impending Mental Health Crises

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Vol. 20 No. 1 (2019): Trinity Student Medical Journal

About This Issue: We are pleased to present you with the twentieth edition of the Trinity Student Medical Journal. The topics are varied, thought-provoking and are produced by the talent of the upcoming health scientists, dentists and doctors. We are proud as ever to continue to serve as a platform for student research, student editorial work and student collaboration. Thank you to all our sponsors, supporters, and the School of Medicine for the constant support.

Published: 2019-11-04

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We are the longest-running Student Medical Journal in Ireland and are currently celebrating our 20th Anniversary!

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