Co-creating science communication and research with young people about their mental health during the covid-19 crisis

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  • Signe Herbers Poulsen
  • ,
  • Nina Maindal
  • Gitte Kragh
  • Ulrik Bak Kirk
  • Kristian Oddershede, Danmark
  • Mathias Sejerkilde, Danmark
  • Stine B. Pedersen, Danmark
  • Manizha Haghju, Danmark
  • Emma Sinclair, Danmark
  • Anne Harrits, Akademiet for Talentfulde Unge Midt, Danmark
  • Jacob Sherson
  • Carsten Obel
A lot of young citizens experienced mental health challenges during the covid-19 lockdown as their everyday life was changed radically. They had to stay at home and were excluded from normal social activities. As part of the project “Giving young people a voice”, we initiated science communication with young people about their
mental health - as well as co-creation of coping strategies for empowerment. To enforce this process, we engaged in a close collaboration with a group of young people as co-researchers in planning and execution of a co-creation workshop, data collection, analysis, and communication.
Udgivelsesårapr. 2022
StatusUdgivet - apr. 2022
BegivenhedEngaging Citizen Science - Aarhus University, Aarhus, Danmark
Varighed: 25 apr. 202226 apr. 2022


KonferenceEngaging Citizen Science
LokationAarhus University

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