**VIDEO** Psychological Wellbeing during the Pandemic

05 May 2020

The BRLSI's Philosophy Programme continues digitally and online during the pandemic.


The way we interact with each other has fundamentally changed since the Covid-19 crisis, from how we deal with self-isolation, loneliness, solitude to our psychological wellbeing in general. This conversation explores these issues in light of the crisis and considers how this may shape our interactions and psychology in the future.


If you would like to watch the video of the conversation, please click on the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pYyXrjKeBHU&t=128s

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A video conversation between Dr Punit Shah from the University of Bath and Andreas Wasmuht

Dr Punit Shah, University of Bath