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Wellbeing and Mental Health news

Staying In Coventry This Winter Break?

For some, going home for Christmas is not possible. For others, work commitments and other priorities must take place. For many, Coventry already is or has become home. But whatever the reasons are for staying close to University this study break - if you find yourself ready to brace the cold weather we want to make sure you are kept busy!

Sexual Health & Guidance - Check your sensitive bits!

A few tips we want to share with you about self-checking for some of the common forms of cancer.

Don’t Be Afraid To Ask For help...

Meet Marzana Your Wellbeing & Mental Health Community Chair! When you meet someone who is passionate about Wellbeing and Mental health, it is hard not to get swept up by their enthusiasm.
This is the case when you first meet Marzana Mehdi, the new Chair of CUSU’s Wellbeing and Mental Health Community.

What can you do to support International mental health day?

A throwback into history and as to why this day celebrated is to raise awareness and educate the public to reduce the stigmas (negative attitudes and misconceptions) that surrounds mental illnesses.

Students want parents to be told in mental health crisis

Two-thirds of students support universities being able to warn parents if students have a mental health crisis, an annual survey suggests.

Student Wellbeing - Illustrations Content!

We spoke with two 3rd year illustration students Brittany and Carlo - who have created amazing content and workshops for our Wellbeing Community!

Beat your exam stress by running for success

Come find out about the groups running and revising to beat the exam stress. Opportunities are available for War Memorial Park!

How to deal with exam stress

Exam season can bring on levels of stress and burnout that can hinder your studies. Here are some handy tips on how to manage your anxiety

Dancing away stress!

If there ever was an example of how ‘the Coventry way’ has influenced our students, then Roman is a prime candidate.
The well-being of a student is something that Roman is passionate about. Talking to him coming to the end of his final year, and probably the most stressful time for a student, you couldn’t meet a more relaxed person. Why? Because his philosophy is to dance away the stress!

How I learnt to love student life

Beth reveals how seeking help about her mental health problems transformed her university experience.

5 Steps To Mental Wellbeing

Evidence suggests there are 5 steps we can all take to improve our mental wellbeing.