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Psychological Impact of Anti-Asian Stigma Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Call for Research, Practice, and Policy Responses

This article from Misra et al. describes the mental health and community impacts of the rise in anti-Asian stigma and discrimination during COVID-19. Recommended areas of action include research, implementing evidence-based stigma reduction initiatives, and coordinating federal responses to anti-Asian racism including investment in mental health services and community responses.

Mental health impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on children and youth – a systematic review

This systematic review article from Samji et al. explores the impact of COVID-19 on the mental health of children and adolescents, including risk factors such as age, gender, neurodiversity, and chronic conditions. Interventions to mitigate short- and long-term negative impacts on mental health, including family and social supports, are described.

Experience exchange: Our voice is being lost

This report by Evidence Exchange Network for Mental Health and Addictions describes the challenges and dismissal of difficulties faced by people with mental health problems and addictions during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mental health framework: Coronavirus pandemic in post-Katrina New Orleans

This editorial from Shervington and Richardson describes the disproportionate impacts of COVID-19 due to racial inequities and socioeconomic disadvantage in the city of New Orleans. The authors use insight gained from Hurricane Katrina in 2005 to explore the mental health effects of disasters, contextualizing recommendations to address population mental health during both the immediate crisis response and recovery phases.

Pandemic proof: Synthesizing real-world knowledge of promising mental health and substance use practices utilized during the COVID19 pandemic with young people who are experiencing or have experienced

This report from Thulien et al. presents the findings of a survey and focus groups on promising approaches used during the COVID-19 pandemic. The approaches studied were those used to address mental health and substance use for youth in Canada related to homelessness, including recommendations for practice, research and policy.