UCL survey of Covid-19 adult health behaviours study seeks participants

A study aimed at understanding the impact of Covid-19 on adult behaviours which contribute most to avoidable deaths in the UK has been launched by the UCL Department of Behavioural Science & Health and the UCL Centre for Behaviour Change. The survey, produced in collaboration with Action on Smoking and Health, Public Health England and Cancer Research UK, examines how the coronavirus pandemic has affected adult tobacco use, nicotine use (vaping), exercise, diet and alcohol use.

The organisers of the survey are seeking UK adult participants to answer an online 20-minute survey. This will be followed up over the next 1, 3, 6 and 12 months with a shorter 10-minute survey.

The results of the study will be used to develop support to help people make health-protective changes to their behaviours during and following the pandemic.

The study is GDPR compliant and has been approved by the University ethics committee. 

Further information can be found on UCL’s Health Behaviours During the Covid-19 Pandemic page.