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City, University of London will hold a Knowledge Exchange and Transfer conference on Student Mental Health and the COVID-19 Pandemic on Wednesday 15th June 2022 from 11am to 5pm. The event will take place at City, University of London with talks shared online following the event.
The event will bring together relevant stakeholders, including students, student union, student services, clinical practitioners, academics, and student mental health researchers to:
- Open conversations around student mental health and COVID-19
- Establish collaborations and working relationships across different entities at universities to mitigate the long-term effects of COVID-19 on student mental health
- Hear from students, what issues they have experienced as a consequence of the pandemic and what they would like to see with respect to support and culturally sensitive mental health provisions
Key speakers and panelists include: Shaima Dallali - City University Student Union President, Henry Jones - CEO of togetherall, an online mental health and wellbeing community, the SMaRteN research network, Dr Jessica Jones-Nielsen - Assistant Vice President (EDI- Race Equality) and counselling psychologist, student panellists and research and poster presentations, showcasing the latest research on Student Mental Health and the COVID-19 pandemic.
11.00-11.10 Opening remarks
11.10-11.40 Shaima Dallali, president elect NUS
Talk: Students' views on mental health and COVID-19 - biggest challenges and ways forward
11.40-12.10 Dr Ellie Dommet, SMaRteN leadership team, King’s College London
Talk: The SMaRteN priority setting exercise, COVID related research, and how to get involved with SMaRteN
12.10-12.40 Henry Jones, Together all CEO. Talk: The Power of Community – a population approach to student mental health
12.50-13.40 Lunch & poster presentations
13.40-14.15 Dr Jessica Jones Nielsen, Assistant Vice President (EDI- Race Equality) and Counselling Psychologist, City University of London
Talk: Supporting and improving student mental health through intersectional approaches
14.15-14.30 Dr Trish Jackman, Lincoln University
Talk: The impact of the first COVID-19 lockdown in the UK for doctoral and early career researchers
14.30-14.45 Dr Lucian Milasan, Nottingham Trent University
Talk: Student mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic: a UK-based survey
14.45-15.00 Dr Emma Broglia, Sheffield University
Talk: Profiling student mental health and counselling effectiveness: lessons from four UK services using complete data and different outcome measures
15.00- 15.30 Coffee break
15.30-16.00 Knowledge transfer and exchange breakout room discussions
16.00-16.30 Panel discussion
16.30-16:40 Closing remarks
16.40-17.15 Drinks and networking
This event is being run in collaboration with the SMaRteN network.
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