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Q and A: The Age of Loneliness
The Age of Loneliness
ABC  |  September 14, 2020

The pandemic has cut us off from our communities, workplaces and each other. We interact online more, but our sense of isolation is growing. Loneliness is predicted to be the next public health epidemic of the 21st century. Panellists: Gus Worland, Gotcha4Life founder; Sarah Wilson, author and TV presenter; Hugh Mackay, psychologist and author; Michelle Lim, scientific chair, Ending Loneliness Together; and Rosemary Kayess, associate director, Disability Innovation Institute UNSW.

The pandemic has cut us off from our communities, workplaces and each other. We interact online more, but our sense of isolation is growing. Loneliness is predicted to be the next public health epidemic of the 21st century. Panellists: Gus Worland, Gotcha4Life founder; Sarah Wilson, author and TV presenter; Hugh Mackay, psychologist and author; Michelle Lim, scientific chair, Ending Loneliness Together; and Rosemary Kayess, associate director, Disability Innovation Institute UNSW.

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