Public Policy Research (PPR) Funding Scheme (Special Round), Policy Innovation and Co-ordination Office, Hong Kong SAR Government, Hong Kong SAR The objectives of this project are to investigate the socioeconomic gradient of mental health and explicate how behavioral processes, namely sustaining regular daily routines, could buffer affected populations of the negative impact of lower socioeconomic status and financial difficulties on mental health during and after large-scale social movement.
|Effective start/end date||20/03/20 → 19/09/20|
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