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Teaching, Researching and Supporting Mental Health at Lancaster University

Date: 8 May 2009 Time: 11.00 - 15.00

Mental Health is an issue which affects us all, both staff and students. It is an issue which spans departments and disciplines here at Lancaster - from those with an obvious link to mental health practice (eg social work, clinical psychology, medicine) to those which connect with broader issues of wellbeing and mental capital (eg Performing arts; The chaplaincy; The Sports centre). If you are learning, teaching and/or researching about mental well-being and/or ill-health or are concerned about the mental well-being of students, staff and/or service users or are interested to consider how

research informs teaching

teaching draws on lived experience

lived experience impacts on teaching and tutoring roles

practice links to research and teaching

then come along to an mhhe networking event on Friday 8 May from 11am to 3pm at the Institute for Advanced Studies. Everybody welcome. Contact for further details.

Mental Health in Higher Education (mhhe)is a collaborative project, hosted by Lancaster University, supported by five of the Higher Education Academy's Subject Centres and the two national Centres for Excellence in Teaching and Learning about mental health (at Middlesex and Birmingham Universities).


Who can attend: Internal


Further information

Associated staff: Jill Anderson, Bob Sapey

Organising departments and research centres: Applied Social Science

Keywords: Disability and teaching and learning, Mental health, Teaching and learning, Well being


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