"Covid-19 and Student Mental Health: Supporting the Most Impacted Groups"
Join us from 11am to 12pm on Thursday, 22nd April to hear from some of the student groups most impacted by the pandemic, and learn about a new package of tailored services that you can begin using and signposting to.
What we'll cover
Not all students have been impacted by the pandemic equally.
For some the mental health repercussions of the past year have been felt more acutely and they may be more likely to need or benefit from additional support. This is because of the disproportionate impact of financial hardship on certain student communities, widening gaps in extracurricular participation and the exacerbation of existing health inequalities.
In response, we are launching a new range of innovative, tailored services for these students. This includes support for:
- Black students, Punjabi students and Muslim students
- Trans and gender questioning students
- Students from working class backgrounds
- Students who have OCD or BDD (body dysmorphic disorder)
- Students who hear voices
- Students with eating disorders
Join us to hear directly from some of these students and learn about the new services being launched to support them.
The event will be hosted on Zoom and will run from 11am - 12pm (GMT) on Thursday, 22nd April, 2021.
Due to the limited number of spaces available, we encourage you to register as soon as possible.
Delivered in partnership
The new package of support is being delivered in partnership with a number of expert organisations:
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