Call for seafarer mental health database
There are many separate mental health surveys but no central data repository to inform concrete action. Portsmouth University lecturer Risto Talas says this should change
An academic has proposed an anonymous ‘seafarer mental health data alliance’ to help universities and companies measure and help crews’ mental health during the pandemic
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