Former King's Lynn student leading study on the effects of isolation during coronavirus pandemic
A former College of West Anglia student is leading a pioneering research study on the effects of isolation.
CWA governor Dr Lee Smith, is leading a global research study into the effects of lockdown and isolation on our behaviours, and health.
The alumnus is particularly interested in researching the effects of self-isolation upon; activities, social behaviour, social media use, drinking alcohol, smoking and health status.
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