Our colleague Jiri Remr presented his findings in a captivating session titled “Fear of COVID-19: Who are People More Worried About, Themselves or Their Loved Ones?” The room was filled with anticipation as Jiri Remr unveiled the results of his extensive research, which shed light on the emotional complexities individuals experienced during the pandemic.
In his research, Jiri Remr explored the fears and concerns individuals held regarding COVID-19. He examined whether people were more worried about their own well-being or that of their loved ones. The findings were eye-opening, revealing the intricate balance between personal and interpersonal fears during times of crisis. This research added a critical layer to our understanding of the psychological impact of the pandemic and provided valuable insights for policymakers and healthcare professionals.
Jiri comments: “Sharing my results at the highly esteemed AAPOR (American Association for Public Opinion Research) Conference in the vibrant city of Philadelphia was great. The event was truly enlightening, featuring exceptional presentations from many researchers. Attending the AAPOR conference was a remarkable experience, immersing me in a community of brilliant minds and thought leaders. The conference serves as a platform for knowledge exchange, collaboration, and professional growth, and I am grateful for the opportunity to be a part of it.”.