The COVIDMENT project was designed to significantly advance current knowledge of mental morbidity trajectories in the COVID-19 pandemic, by utilizing large, data-rich population-based registry resources, biobanks, and ongoing questionnaire data with longitudinal follow-up (est. >23 million individuals; of which >800.000 with confirmed COVID-19 infection), biobanks (est. >500.000 individuals), and new COVID-19 cohorts with questionnaire data (est. > 250.000 individuals). This large-scale collaborative project between four Nordic countries and Estonia has been awarded roughly NOK 13 million in funding by NordForsk for two years (project number 105668).
More information is available at http://covidment.is.