Posts tagged with ‘health’

In your head: spoken word expression of mental health

Come along to ‘In your head: spoken word expression of mental health’ in partnership with Rough Trade, featuring Jess Green, Eagle Spits and other performers.

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Twelve days of Christmas fitness offer

The new £40 million David Ross Sports Village is now open. To celebrate, we’re offering a […]

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Let’s be clear on consent

The University of Nottingham has been working with the Students’ Union to raise awareness of sexual […]

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HELM team shortlisted for Learning Technologist of the Year

The Health E-Learning and Media (HELM) team have been shortlisted for an ‘Association for Learning Technology […]

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The Great Life Cycle Bake Off

Victoria sponge? Cupcakes? Cookies? Whatever your go-to recipe is, we’re encouraging you to bake, eat cake […]

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UoN Sport staff membership price announcement

From Monday 1 August 2016, staff will be able to purchase the new UoN Sport Staff […]

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Can you help researchers choose a stop-smoking film?

Researchers at The School of Medicine are going to be showing a competition-winning film from Cut […]

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David Ross Sports Village student membership

In September 2016, The University of Nottingham will open the £40m David Ross Sports Village. The […]

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Staff Sports Sessions

We have lots of upcoming staff sports opportunities coming up at The University of Nottingham: Staff […]

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Asylums, power and citizenship

Recovery – living as well as possible – has emerged internationally as a movement of global transformation in mental health. We are learning that supporting the recovery of people living with mental health problems will involve changing mental health systems and changing society. Professor Slade will describe his research investigating how mental health services can best support recovery, and will then identify the social and political challenges which now need to be addressed if the transition from being a patient (one of ‘them’) to being a citizen (one of ‘us’) is to be completed.

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