Covid-19 isn’t just a deadly threat to human life; it’s also a mental health crisis with economic consequences. Fear of illness, strict lockdowns, isolation from friends and family, rising unemployment and collapsing businesses weigh on the hearts and minds of people all across the globe.
But poor mental health isn’t just a symptom of economic malaise: It can also be a cause. Join Bloomberg’s Mental Health and the Economy virtual briefing as we identify what the psychological effects of the pandemic could mean for our longer-term prosperity, and why Covid-19 should make us rethink how we consider mental illness and wellness.
March 24 - Wednesday
Sponsor Opening Remarks
When gyms and studios closed, technology companies stepped up to help us prioritize wellness. What does the future hold for wellness and technology?
Looking after our Colleagues
Focusing on the intersection of mental health and the economy, we get the latest from the corporate approach to mental health.
The Mental Toll of Covid-19
We sit down with a pre-eminent professor of psychology.