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Work and Well-Being at Duke During the Pandemic

Duke faculty and staff are invited to share their COVID-19 experience and insight with an
independent research study conducted by Duke faculty

What has your life looked like over the last seven months? A team of Duke faculty is conducting an
independent research study about how faculty and staff are coping with changes to our personal
lives, work and well-being.

Project ROUSE: Faculty led team releases Duke survey on COVID and Wellness

How we’re coping with the pandemic: A look at the ways Duke colleagues are getting through COVID

Eight Duke scholars examining the mental health effects of the pandemic: Meet Duke researchers
who are supporting others’ wellbeing during this difficult time

Faculty Advancement and Success (FAS) Workshop Series 2020–2021: FAS 13:
Work and Well-Being at Duke During the Pandemic – A Report from the ROUSE Study

Duke’s University-Wide Interdisciplinary Institutes, Initiatives & Centers (UICs): Anti-Racism Activities at a Glance

PAPERS

Prevalence, severity and distribution of depression and anxiety symptoms using observational data collected before and nine months into the COVID-19 pandemic.
Duncan Thomas, Ralph Lawton, Tyson Brown and Rachel Kranton.
The Lancet Regional Health – Americas July 2021.1.100009.

Depression symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic among well-educated, employed adults with low infection risks.
Duncan Thomas, Tyson Brown, Donald Taylor, Ralph Lawton, Victoria Lee, Menna Mburi, Michelle Wong and Rachel Kranton. 2021.

VIDEOS

Tyson Brown (Sociology, Duke University) discusses the importance of Project ROUSE

Don Taylor (Public Policy, Duke University) discusses the importance of Project ROUSE