Title

The Aftermath of COVID-19 and Mental Health

Poster Number

8A

Lead Author Affiliation

Eberhardt School of Business Masters in Business Analytics

Lead Author Status

Masters Student

Introduction

COVID-19 is more than just a virus, it led to a pandemic which severely affected people mentally, emotionally, and socially. Data analytics can tell a story to help better understand the everlasting effects of COVID-19. The findings in this research will reflect how COVID has impacted people’s social lives and mental health as of recently and how the results compare to last year(during the pandemic). Using data analysis, we now better understand people’s perceptions on COVID and how opinions have changed since the beginning of the pandemic. The study will also be concentrating on which demographics have been impacted the most geographically, socioeconomically, etc. which will give me and my peers a bigger perspective on how people outside of our "bubble" have been affected by this virus. After extensive analysis, there are many similarities between conclusions from the data analysis done and scholarly articles which have discussed the same topic of COVID 19 and mental health.

Location

William Knox Holt Memorial Library and Learning Center, University of the Pacific, 3601 Pacific Ave., Stockton, CA 95211

Format

Poster Presentation

Poster Session

Morning

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Apr 30th, 10:00 AM Apr 30th, 12:00 PM

The Aftermath of COVID-19 and Mental Health

William Knox Holt Memorial Library and Learning Center, University of the Pacific, 3601 Pacific Ave., Stockton, CA 95211

COVID-19 is more than just a virus, it led to a pandemic which severely affected people mentally, emotionally, and socially. Data analytics can tell a story to help better understand the everlasting effects of COVID-19. The findings in this research will reflect how COVID has impacted people’s social lives and mental health as of recently and how the results compare to last year(during the pandemic). Using data analysis, we now better understand people’s perceptions on COVID and how opinions have changed since the beginning of the pandemic. The study will also be concentrating on which demographics have been impacted the most geographically, socioeconomically, etc. which will give me and my peers a bigger perspective on how people outside of our "bubble" have been affected by this virus. After extensive analysis, there are many similarities between conclusions from the data analysis done and scholarly articles which have discussed the same topic of COVID 19 and mental health.