There has been much research published on the positive impact of art, in all its forms, on boosting positive mental health and wellbeing. This World Mental Health Day, Reena, one of our Student Health Project Coordinators, spoke to the lovely Sally Nimmo, a mental health activist, artist and technology expert on her views of mental health and the arts and what’s been her go-to creative outlet during lockdown.
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This week Reena, our Student Health Project Coordinator, was over at West Lothian College for NUS Scotland’s event ‘Lead and Change’. This is an annual flagship training programme for new and returning officers. Here’s a little bit about what she got up to!
On 15thJune we were joined by students’ associations, universities and colleges from all over Scotland to celebrate students’ fantastic achievements at the Healthy Body Healthy Mind Awards. We were absolutely blown away by the dedication and passion shown by students and staff on the submissions we received. Here’s a look back at some of the winning projects.
NUS Scotland’s Think Positive student mental health project is holding the Healthy Body Healthy Mind launch event at West Lothian college on Wednesday 23 August. This event is for colleges, universities and students’ association staff and officers to attend and learn about how taking part in the awards could benefit students and their institution and […]
Think Positive are hosting a Student Mental Health Summit on Tuesday 29 March 2016.