This event for Student Services leaders in higher education explores different approaches to the use of emergency contacts across the higher education sector, and considers how we can encourage more students to disclose their mental health diagnoses before they arrive at university to support us to support them.
This event is an opportunity to discuss case studies from the University of Bristol and University of Manchester, discover recent research into student views on the use of emergency contacts, and work with sector colleagues to explore ideas and approaches.
You'll receive recordings of the event sessions afterwards, as well as any presentations or resources. The recordings won't include discussion sessions, workshops, ‘Chatham House rule’ sections or presentation sessions that speakers prefer not to share in this way.
Take a look at the full schedule and details about our speakers on our event website:
This event takes place online on Thursday 19 May 2022 from 09:00 to 13:00 (BST).
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