BUCS Mental Health Series: Session 3

The date of this webinar has changed. It is now on Monday 26 October. 

This final webinar for the series will be informed by the experiences of attendees. BUCS Mental Health Committee Chair Ian Braid FMHC will lead a discussion on reflecting on the first term and look ahead to the rest of the academic year.

The webinar will also include:

  • Looking at ways to build partnerships across this community to support each other as well as student wellbeing
  • A case study from Royal Holloway University on the impact of their #DoesYouGood campaign to support student mental health.
  • Discussions on individuals last 24/7/31 commitment’

What's the series about?

This three-part series focuses on the importance of mental health in the workplace.

The current climate is incredibly stressful for all. With many uncertainties, endless change and constantly having to adapt, it can have serious effect on one’s mental health.

With many staff being placed on furlough at some point and returning to work can be daunting, these webinars support those staff on their return to work as part of a CPD opportunity.

Delivered by BUCS Mental Health Committee Chair Ian Braid FMHC and supported by other committee members, the theme for the series is ‘the people looking after the people’.

The purpose of the series is to:

  • Create a safe place where individuals can feel comfortable to raise their concerns
  • Recognise and share good practice models that you can use to support students and staff that you work with. 
  • Share case studies linked to how physical activity delivery models can support the mental wellbeing
  • Build a community to continue the conversations beyond the webinar series as part of a mental health network.
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