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Wellbeing

We promote wellbeing at work by providing relevant information, advice and support to create a thriving, sustainable and safe community and workplace.

University approach to wellbeing

We have adopted the whole University approach to mental wellbeing and aspire to create a learning environment and organisational culture that enhances health and wellbeing across our community.



Promote

Taking a proactive approach.


Become a Staff Wellbeing Champion

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As part of our action plan, we are aiming to recruit a network of wellbeing champions. Find out what being a wellbeing champion involves and how to become one.

Work-life balance

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As a University member of staff, you can use a number of services that promote wellbeing and improve your work-life balance.


Student Services

We provide students with support and guidance, including counselling and mental health, disability support, money management and international student advice.


Prevent

Be aware, then prepare to take action.




Support

Spot the signs and respond.


Counselling & Mental Health

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We provide counselling and mental health support to students. We run groups and workshops for coping with stress and help you find external support services.