Enhancing learning and teaching about mental health across the disciplines
I have compiled a list, with abstracts, of recent articles on this topic.
Trigger, the mental wellbeing publisher, have produced a student wellbeing series. See link for further details and please post here if you have any views on these books to share with others.
New Office for Students publication.
'More students than ever are reporting mental health conditions. This brief asks what approaches are being taken across the higher education sector to support them, and what more can be done. Using data available for the first time from the OfS’s access and participation dataset, it explores the outcomes and needs of students with declared mental health conditions. We consider whether universities and colleges are doing enough…Continue
Labelled as the suicide capital of England and Wales, where one person is dying every week, St Helens needs some love, it needs some Madlove…
Good mental health is essential for students to manage the challenges that university life presents. This book offers pragmatic guidance to support academic and student services staff in engaging with this critical issue, both in terms of being proactive within their role to promote a positive approach to wellbeing, and understanding how to care…Continue
SMaRteN are pleased to invite proposals for small research projects to investigate non-clinical and universal approaches to improving student mental health.
A whole university approach should consider how all aspects of university life impact upon student mental health. In considering non-clinical and universal interventions we have the opportunity to look up-stream and investigate how the context within which students’ study may be adapted to reduce the risk of…