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The future of student wellbeing: Insights from the UK Office for Students healthcare report

Symplicity

In November, the UK Office for Students (OfS), in partnership with Nous Group, released it's report on a 10-month project to understand how higher education providers (HEPs) can better engage and work with the NHS and healthcare professionals.

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The University of Cambridge and Symplicity Advocate unite to transform student wellbeing and support

Symplicity

Symplicity is thrilled to announce it's latest Symplicity® Advocate ™ partner, the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom! Symplicity is committed to empowering educational institutions to excel and collaborating with one of the world's most prestigious universities is a testament to their shared mission.

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Announcement: Canterbury Christ Church University partners with Symplicity Advocate to elevate student case handling, safety and wellbeing

Symplicity

Symplicity will collaborate with the University to implement a 360-degree view of student cases and student support to enhance its university-wide approach to addressing concerns and supporting student wellbeing.

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Rise in student cost of living increases concerns for student wellbeing

Symplicity

UK & Irish university students are being hit harder than ever financially with the rising cost of living.

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Strategies for Creating Equitable Mental Health Cultures in Higher Education

Active Minds

Created by Active Minds and the United Negro College Fund (UNCF), this report provides practical strategies that HBCUs can utilize to better address their campus’s student needs and create an equitable mental health culture for all.

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Report: Pandemic Ripple Effects on Student Success to Remain for Multiple Years

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Kate Brown “What we've seen through the pandemic is student wellbeing, student mental health. can't just be a student affairs or a counseling center priority or responsibility,” Brown said. And conventional approaches to address this issue just are not enough anymore, Brown said.

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Government teams up with TV's Dr Alex to discuss impact of the pandemic on young people’s mental health and wellbeing

The Education Hub

Great to meet the group today and link in with @MindCharity @YoungMindsUK @CYPMentalHealth @pchitsabesan @educationgovuk Discussing the importance of the whole school approach and prioritising student wellbeing ? MentalHealthActionGroup [link]. — Dr Alex (@DrAlexGeorge) March 9, 2021.