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.
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A new project has been launched to help young, ethnic minority people explore their experiences of mental health stigma and discrimination through photography.
ScotSMART (Scottish Student Mental Health Research) are looking for working group members for four new strands of research.
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.
Scottish students views on gambling, gaming & cryptocurrency: survey results. The findings of this survey highlight the impact gambling has on students in Scotland – both their own gambling, and those close to them who gamble.
College Counselling Services in Scotland: Insights and Perspectives Amidst the Student Mental Health Crisis
This independent research report provides an updated overview of Scottish College Counselling Services.
A new report by See Me has shown that adults making time to improve their understanding of mental health could go a long way to tackle the stigma which many young people continue to feel.
In 2022, NUS Charity conducted a research project into the experiences of students' union/association officers and NUS officers over the past ten years.
A new report from NUS Scotland shows the scale of the financial challenges facing students at the moment.
University Counselling Services in Scotland: Insights and Perspectives Following the Covid-19 Pandemic
This independent research report provides an updated overview of Scottish University Counselling Services.