ECU survey: How can universities support staff and students experiencing mental health difficulties?
ECU is currently surveying the views of staff and students on how universities can support people experiencing mental health difficulties. In particular, we want to gain an understanding of how universities can:
- develop an environment which encourages staff and students to let the university know they are experiencing mental health difficulties and receive targeted support
- proactively ensure that their courses, the work environment, their facilities and services are accessible to students experiencing mental health difficulties
Responses to the staff and student surveys will be invaluable in helping us develop materials to promote an inclusive environment supportive of mental health in universities
Please support this work by completing the survey and also encouraging any staff and student networks and/or individuals to do so.
The survey will be open until Friday 12 April
For further details of the project, please see the ECU project page.
ARE YOU A RECENT QUEEN’S GRADUATE?
DO YOU INTEND TO TRAVEL TO NORTH AMERICA IN CONNECTION WITH YOUR PROGRAMME OF STUDY FOR AT LEAST EIGHT WEEKS?
IF SO, YOU COULD BE IN LINE TO RECEIVE A HELEN RAMSEY TURTLE SCHOLARSHIP, WHICH WILL NORMALLY BE AWARDED TO ONE RECIPIENT ONLY AND WILL BE OF AT LEAST £800 IN VALUE.
The selection panel will expect you to outline clearly what you hope to gain personally from your experience in North America, and how you intend to use this experience to benefit the wider community upon your return to Northern Ireland.
Application forms are available online (http://go.qub.ac.uk/HRT2013)
or by request (Email: email@example.com).
They must be typed or word-processed and returned to firstname.lastname@example.org or Student Guidance Centre (University Road, Belfast, BT7 1NN) by the deadline of
4.30 pm on Tuesday 7 May 2013.