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On Monday 17th April, Think Positive launched their #HelpingStudentsThrive Campaign, which was coproduced alongside students with lived experience of mental ill health.
In 2019 following lobbying from NUS Scotland, Scottish Government committed to funding an additional 80 counsellors in Scotland’s colleges and universities over four years. Currently, this funding is being reviewed and not confirmed past July 2023. In …
The research poses a series of recommendations to help improve student mental health and wellbeing support in Scotland’s colleges and universities.
NEW Workshops focusing on online abuse and engaging with digital spaces in a positive and respectful way NUS Charity undertook research in 2021/22 on Officer Wellbeing, asking elected officers past and present about their experiences and the impac …
A new network to boost research into student mental health and wellbeing in Scotland has been launched.
Opportunity to co-produce a National Student Mental Health Campaign!
This infographic summarises some of the key highlights of the Think Positive project during academic year 2021-2022.
The Scottish Government’s Student Mental Health and Wellbeing working group restarted on 19th May 2022 after being temporarily paused due to COVID-19.
Blog by SiMS for Students Volunteer Project member Renite Gosal on Looking After your Mental Health in and Outside of Class