The online hub brings together all of the projects, services, resources and news relating to student mental health together in one place, for students and those who support them to easily access.
To explore the hub, pop a term in the search bar below. You can also choose to filter the results by any combination of resource type, mental health area and publisher. Alternatively you can browse through the unfiltered content below.
ScotSMART (Scottish Student Mental Health Research) are looking for working group members for four new strands of research.
Here we’ve brought together a list of frequently asked questions about the Student Mental Health Agreement project. If you cannot find your query below please contact us.
The Scottish Youth Parliament have launched an independent evaluation of mental health and wellbeing community supports and services for 5–24 year olds, their parents and carers.
The project brings together the student association and university to work jointly on mental health initiatives on campus. Last year, almost a quarter of a million students in Scotland were positively impacted by their institution developing a Student Mental Health Agreement!
This project enables Student Mental Health Agreement project participants to apply for a small grant to help get their idea/project/campaign off the ground. This work must be linked to participants Student Mental Health Agreement. In this area you’ll find a collection of resources including summaries of what participants have been awarded for and FAQ’s.
Time Space Compassion, a new three part podcast by Suicide Prevention Scotland explores how three simple words can make a difference to people experiencing suicidal crisis.
In session 2023-2024, CDN will launch a new programme aimed at facilitating the creation of a trauma-informed culture in every college in Scotland.
University of the West of Scotland staff recently presented at QAA Scotland's ‘Shaping the Student Experience Together: 20 Years of Enhancement’ Conference.
Under the sector-wide Enhancement Theme ‘Resilient Learning Communities’, the work undertaken by staff at Queen Margaret University aimed to better understand the experiences of loneliness and social isolation amongst QMU students during COVID-19.