At King’s, our staff and students work to understand mental health and transform care for people who are affected through world-class research, education and training, and to serve our communities locally and globally. We are at the forefront of global mental health research and through our partnerships that foster research and training in policy, prevention, treatment and care around the world.
We are proud to support Mental Health Awareness Week 2020 by showcasing our latest research and expert opinion and by inviting our community to take part in a range of activities to support mental health and wellbeing.
Dr Juliet Foster and Dr Nicola Byrom discuss the need for universities to continue to focus on student mental health in the face of the pandemic.
Webinar: Be kind to yourself – a toolkitResilience, kindness and stayting connectedFor: King's staffRegister now
We add heart This is a time to come together to practice simple but powerful heart-focused meditationsFor: King's staff12:30pm – 1:05pm.Register now
Webinar: Live well/work wellResilience and learning tools for how to deal with work stress and pressuresFor: King's staffRegister now
Move your mind: Mindfulness taster workshopFor: King's staff and studentsRegister now
King’s Food Cooking WorkshopGuinness Soda Bread12:30 to 13:30Register now
Move your mind workshop: Why and how to eat less meatFor: King's staff and studentsRegister now
Move your mind workshop: From couch to 5k workshopFor: King's staffRegister now
King’s Food Cooking WorkshopWhite Chocolate and Raspberry Cheesecake12:30 to 13:30Register now
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