Launch of the latest wave of the COCLICO survey in the general population until 30 June 2020.
22 June 2020
New publication: Inequalities in the Risk of Onset of Psychological Distress during the Lockdown.
18 June 2020
Launch of the second wave of the COCLICO survey in the general population until 6 May 2020.
27 April 2020
Launch of the COCLICO survey - for people living with a chronic disease or a disability. In parallel with the COCLICO survey in the general population, a specific version is being distributed online to people living with a chronic disease or a disability via the CARENITY social network for patients and user associations in order to better document the issues specific to these populations. This survey is carried out in a single wave.
22 April 2020
Launch of the COCLICO survey in the general population.
3 April 2020
Coralie Gandré, Magali Coldefy, Paul Dourgnon, Stéphanie Guillaume, Thierry Rochereau, Damien Bricard, Maude Espagnacq, Aurélie Pierre, in collaboration with many other IRDES researchers
In the context of the implementation of containment policies to fight against the Covid-19 pandemic, IRDES is the French partner in an international survey aimed at assessing the impact of these policies on mental health and the associated factors (conditions of vulnerability to the virus, socio-economic situation, material conditions of the lockdown, etc.). A first online survey is being conducted in three waves within a representative sample of the general population by soliciting the people interviewed in the European Health Interview Survey (EHIS). The first and third waves focus on mental health, while the second wave also addresses issues related to changes in the socio-economic situation of households and the use of and access to healthcare services. At the same time, the COCLICO survey is also disseminated online to people living with a chronic disease or a disability in order to better document the issues specific to these specific populations, which are likely to present additional vulnerability factors.
Wave 1: 3 to 14 April 2020
Wave 2: 27 April to 6 May 2020
Wave 3: 22 June to 30 June 2020