Protecting the psychological health of children through effective communication about COVID-19

The UK Trauma Council
Tuesday, February 23, 2021

In this brief commentary, Dalton and colleagues set out the rationale for providing and prioritising communication with young people about the Covid-19 pandemic.

Adults should be honest with children about the threat posed by the pandemic. Picture: Daisy Daisy/Adobe Stock
Adults should be honest with children about the threat posed by the pandemic. Picture: Daisy Daisy/Adobe Stock

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