AffiliationCollege of Business, Law & Social Sciences, Derby Business School, University of Derby, UK
UiT, School of Business & Economics, The Arctic University of Norway
University of Johanneshburg, Johannesburg Business School, South Africa
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AbstractThe COVID-19 health and economic crisis has also brought a rise in people being unable to cope with their existing medical conditions and other issues such as domestic violence, drugs, and alcohol among others. Suicidal tendencies have been on the rise. Feelings of isolation causing emotional distress in place-confined settings have put additional pressure on the healthcare systems demanding that we find additional and complementary means of support for those in need. This is important not only in the current pandemic but also in the post-pandemic world. The goal is to collectively contribute and address the recurring calls for actions to maintain global well-being and public health. An important discussion to bring on the table is the need to promote interventions for people to cope with the pandemic and to adjust to the post-pandemic world. Promoting affective attitudes toward place can foster well-being outcomes. This has important benefits and is of relevance to governments, policymakers, and healthcare professionals in delivering better healthcare equipping people with coping mechanisms both throughout the pandemic and in the long run. However, the key challenge is how to foster these place affect attitudes meeting the changing demands in the post-pandemic world. It is in the middle of a crisis that the conversation needs to start about how to strategically plan for the recovery.
CitationRamkissoon, H. (2021). 'Place Affect Interventions during and post the COVID-19 Pandemic'. Frontiers in Psychology, 12, pp. 1-7.
JournalFrontiers in psychology