The Psychological Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic may not be a hurricane, a terrorist attack or a war, but it is a disaster. As a disaster psychologist Dr. George Everly has spent four decades responding to the mental-health needs of victims of calamities around the world.

One of his conclusions is that the psychological casualties of a disaster--people so badly hurt mentally or emotionally that they can’t do what they need to do in life--always outnumber the physical casualties. What should we be doing now to address the pandemic’s psychological cost?


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Emily Lyles

Dr. Lyles is an associate faculty in the Department of International Health...

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Daniella Malave

Daniella is a Research Associate at the Johns Hopkins Center for Humanitarian...

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Mustafa Kamal Sikder

Dr. Sikder studied long-term and short-term drinking water supply interventions...

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Eileen Shields-West

Eileen Shields-West served as a correspondent of TIME Magazine and San Francisco...

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Jason M. M. Spangler

Jason M. M. Spangler, MD, MPH, FACPM is Executive Director of Value, Quality,...

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