Get involved in Mental Health Awareness Week: 15-21 May

May 15th, 2023

Mental Health Awareness Week is a good time for us to think about our mental health, tackle stigma and raise awareness.

Show your support and come along to our “What mental health means to me” staff and student photography exhibition all this week in Monica Partridge atrium.

To view our Mental Health Awareness Week staff and student blogs, online photography exhibition and information on wellbeing resources, visit our MHAW23 SharePoint site.

Our staff Spring Wellbeing Newsletter also has a spotlight on Mental Health Awareness Week and information on our wellbeing resources, mental health tips, as well as webinars that are running this week through the Employee Assistance Programme.

At the University of Nottingham, we are committed to supporting Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) for our staff and students and we’d like to encourage everyone to get involved, support us in raising awareness by sharing resources within your respective areas.

Wishing you all a good Mental Health Awareness Week where we support and show kindness to one another and ourselves.

Let’s carry this conversation forward in recognition that our mental health is important every day.

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July 26th, 2023 at 8:37 am


Nice information. Nowadays, stress is the most common problem all over the world and it really affects us.

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