Love & Death in a Time of Crisis: Findings from Global Research
We would like to invite you to join us for an interactive and thought-provoking event that casts light on how people cope with difficult situations, exploring the importance of relationships in such instances.
We are very glad to host Robin Goodwin, Professor of Psychology at Warwick University, who will share with us results of his latest work on this key theme. Drawing on his research with colleagues across Asia and Europe Robin will tackle some important questions:
1. How do people cope during disaster in general, and with the current Covid-19 crisis? What are the key resilience factors? How is media use and wider communication important in this?
2. What is the role of relationship at these times? and how are different relationships (with partners, friends/families, wider others) challenged by mass stressors?
After the talk you will have the opportunity to share your personal experiences on coping with difficult situations with other InterNations fellas, in breakout rooms
We look forward to welcoming you
Previously a Head Of Department at Warwick and Brunel University, Robin is a honorary Professor at Education University in Hong Kong. He helped launch and contributed towards the Protected content report on mental health following nuclear emergencies, and worked with many agencies, such as UN and Metropolitan Police. He published widely on culture and relationships and dealing with trauma (“Changing Relations: achieving Intimacy in a time of social transition”, Cambridge)
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