Student Mental Health Conferences – 2018

Irish Student Health Association

Who should attend?

The conference appeals to all medical and healthcare professionals who work in the field of student health, including doctors, nurses and administrators.

Why attend?

  • to update your knowledge of the latest research and developments within the field of eating disorders
  • to network with colleagues

Dates

Friday 2 – Saturday 3 March 2018

Location and venue

The Sheraton Hotel
Athlone
Co. Westmeath

To book go to: http://www.isha.ie/go/news/booking-now-open-for-irish-student-health-association-conference-2018 

 

Student Mental Wellbeing: current policies and future challenges

Who should attend?

This one-day conference is offered by UUK and the Mental Wellbeing in Higher Education Working Group (MWBHE) that encourages all health care and education professionals to review current strategy and built new systems to support students within your institution.

Why attend?

  • to find our about latest policy developments and the best practice
  • to discover actionable strategies to use within your institution
  • to network with colleagues

Dates

Tuesday 6 March 2018

Location and venue

20 Tavistock Square
London
WC1H 9HQ 

To book go to: http://www.universitiesuk.ac.uk/events/Pages/student-mental-wellbeing-2018.aspx 

 

Enhancing Student Mental Wellbeing in Higher Education

Who should attend?

The conference provides an opportunity for higher education professionals to review their current procedure and work towards an action plan to better your institution.

Why attend?

  • to identify the key challenges of supporting students
  • to receive guidance about the best practice

Dates

Thursday 22 March 2018

Location and venue

Garfield House
86 Edgware Road
London
W2 2LE  

To book go to: https://www.moderngov.com/courses/enhancing-student-mental-wellbeing-higher-education-4/

 

Inside Government: Promoting and Improving Student Mental Health and Wellbeing in Higher Education

Who should attend?

The conference is designed specifically for the Higher Education sector, including Associate Deans and Principals, Heads of Counselling Services, and Heads of Student Services.

Why attend?

  • to explore the latest research around student wellbeing and mental health
  • to improve wellbeing across campuses
  • to share practice case studies for establishing mental health strategies

Dates

Wednesday 16 May 2018

Location and venue

Central London

To book go to: http://www.insidegovernment.co.uk/student-wellbeing-2/

These courses are facilitated by mental health professional, Dr Dominique Thompson.