It is increasingly recognised how important mental health and wellbeing is for staff and student success. Universities and colleges are fast-developing new approaches to mental health and wellbeing, not only to improve academic outcomes and retention, but to provide a holistic and positive experience, even in the most challenging times. At this one-day conference, organised in association with the Mental Wellbeing in Higher Education Expert Group, we will hear from expert keynotes and panel speakers, discuss new ideas, learn from successful sector-wide initiatives and aim to provide a boost in motivation and a fresh vision for all delegates.
A call for contributions will open in November.
Who should attend?
This conference is organised by frontline professionals for frontline professionals, and will be of interest to Heads of Counselling, members of counselling teams, Student Welfare Officers, Student Support Officers, Lecturers, Tutors, staff supporting the student experience in estates, accommodation, libraries and other student services, and anyone wishing to learn more about identifying and addressing poor mental wellbeing within their students.