Embedding Mental Wellbeing in the Curriculum Project is a collaboration involving Advance HE and 13 higher education providers across the sector. The project aims to:
- Develop a clear picture of what embedding mental wellbeing in the curriculum looks like;
- Understand current levels of institution/department/subject readiness to implement change;
- Gain first-hand knowledge of how others have implemented teaching and learning strategies in relation to wellbeing;
- Obtain practical guidance and advice to drive support to students, and manage evaluation.
Project participants share an interest in promoting the enjoyment of learning and teaching; appreciate the benefits of working in collaboration with others to ensure a valuable HE experience for all student groups; and are committed to taking steps to design changes in practice at the level of programmes and individual courses, including strategic design for future change.
Participating Institutions and Contact Details
The table below lists the participating universities and college, the names of project leads, and their contact email address
Dr Joan O’ Mahony is the Project Director working with Advance HE Associate Kate Lister and our internal Project Advice and Support Group.
Joan can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or T: +44 (0)1904 917500.
Higher Education Provider
Anglia Ruskin University
De Montfort University
Imperial College London
Queen’s University Belfast
St Mary’s University, Twickenham
University of Bradford
University of Bristol
University of East Anglia
University of Exeter
University of Greenwich
University of Nottingham
University of Suffolk
University of the Arts, London
Advance HE Project Advice and Support Group
Professor Sally Bradley, Senior Adviser (Professional Learning and Development); Honorary Professor, Faculty of Health and Wellbeing at Sheffield Hallam University Executive Coach, ILM Qualified)
Jess Moody, Senior Adviser (Equality, Diversity and Inclusion)
Jonathan Neves, Head of Business Intelligence and Surveys
Hannah Borkin, Researcher (Mixed Methods)