Public Health Beyond Borders - 20th & 21st June 2017
The International Centre - Telford
The Faculty of Public Health will hold their annual expo. The event will cover topics such as putting evidence into practice, planetary and global health.
For further information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
One in Four Students Suffer from Mental Health Problems - 9th August 2016
Today's release of this survey by YouGov of > 1000 students makes for interesting (but not suprising) reading if you need stats for meetings/discussions.
Network-ED (Eating Disorders) - 10th August 2016
The website has recently been updated with details of some new workshops and one day events that might be relevant to you.
Please do have a look; Student Health, and Men Get Eating Disorders Too.
MPS Advice Sheets
MPS recently attended the Leeds 2016 Conference. They have provided useful links to their website with advice sheets by country:
- Northern Ireland
Look After your Mate Train the Trainer Programme
Student Minds would like to invite you and your colleagues to attend a train the trainer day for their Look After your Mate workshops. The programme equips staff with all knowledge and skills needed to run the Look After Your Mate workshop on their campus. For further information please click here.
Meningitis Now - 7th January 2016
Meningitis ACWY Update: Students risking life by ignoring Meningitis vaccine
Twitter - 30th November 2015
The Student Health Association Twitter is up and running! Bringing you news and updates and discussing ideas and matters relevant to Student Health. Follow @StudentHealthA
Network-ED - 1st November 2015
Dr Dominique Thompson has set up, in collaboration with the Anorexia Bulimia Care Charity, a new professional network.
It aims to link up interested health care workrs, including GPs/nurses/dieticians/psychologies/CPNs etc. All welcome!
Educational resources, patient resources and communication between professionals.
To join is free, just fill in the online form at www.network-ed.org.uk
Practice overturns CQC Rating despite its concerns being dismissed by chief inspector - 15th Sept 2015
The CQC has apologised and re-rated Bristol University Students' Health Service after admitting to errors during the inspection, after its original appeal was dismissed by the chief inspector of primary care, Professor Steve Field. Read the full story here.
Latest Report from HEFCE - 28th August 2015
The latest report from HEFCE on student mental health from Student Minds.
Tom Kelly Prize 2015
We are pleased to announce this year's winner is Roshni Bhudia.
The winning essay can be found here