Post-16 Student Mental Health Support: Challenges and Opportunities

Category
STORM Free Community Engagement Event
Date
08 September 2017 09:30 - 16:15
Venue
Jean McFarlane Building, University of Manchester - Oxford Rd, Manchester M13 9PL, UK
United Kingdom
Telephone
01614139005
Email
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STORM in partnership with the University of Manchester, The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service and the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust are please to invite you to register for the Post 16: Student Mental Health conference.  

This free event  will give participants an opportunity to:

  • Learn more about key mental health issues for post-16 students, including those in sixth form, FE colleges and universities.
  • Get advice and practical strategies for supporting post-16 students.
  • Share good practice and meet colleagues in the field.
  • Pick up free resources (leaflets, posters, digital materials).

Speakers will include:

  • Professor Paul French, Associate Director (Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust)
  • Dr Andrew Reeves, Project Director (Charlie Waller Memorial Trust)
  • Richard Caulfield, Regional Director (Association of Colleges)

 Workshops to be provided by:

  • Student Minds
  • 42nd Street
  • University of Manchester

The event will be chaired by:

  • Steven Pryjmachuk, Professor of Mental Health Nursing (University of Manchester) 
Registrations for this event are now closed. To make sure you don't miss out on our next event, subscribe to our newsletter - STORM Front (a quarterly update from the STORM team) and event alerts.

Important Note:

Please note that registering for this event does not guarantee a place. We will do our best to offer registrants a place at this free Community Engagement event, however, due to high demand this is not always possible.  We aim to offer places six weeks prior to the event date, as such we will be in contact with registrants accordingly. 

Thank you in advance for your understanding. 

Sincerely,

The STORM Team 

 


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All Dates

  • 08 September 2017 09:30 - 16:15
 

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