‘Be Well’ at Bath aims to improve student and staff mental health and wellbeing and embed good practice across the University. We strive to consider wellbeing and mental health in all our activities and functions, touching on all aspects of student and staff life at Bath.
‘Be Well’ at Bath is led by Professor Cassie Wilson, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Student Experience) and Professor Rajani Naidoo, Vice-President (Community & Inclusion), with senior leads across our four key principles:
Professor Nathalia Gjersoe (Associate Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Student Experience)
Alice Ludgate (Director, Student Support & Safeguarding)
Heather Girling (Staff Health & Wellbeing Manager, HR)
Catherine Bailey (Deputy Director, Student Support & Safeguarding)
Alongside the long-ranging benefits and outcomes of taking a strategic approach to our community’s wellbeing, the ‘Be Well’ principles and action plans will help us deliver on our goal to achieve a Mental Health Charter Award.
Our University Strategy 2021 to 2026 recognises the fundamental importance of staff and student wellbeing. Acknowledging the strides already made in the provision of support, training, and resources to support student and staff wellbeing, it pledges to continue to focus on this area. Fostering an outstanding and inclusive community at Bath is one of the pillars of our University Strategy.
Ongoing feedback from the whole University community is vital. Have your say on Mental Health and Wellbeing at the University.