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UMHAN Helps Students Access Mental Health Facilities at UK Universities

First time students who may struggle with mental health issues should access help before term starts, says the University Mental Health Advisers Network, UMHAN.

10 Apr 2019

Not Special Treatment, but Reasonable Adjustments

Articles have highlighted an increase in the number of students receiving adjustments due to mental health. UMHAN members share their expertise.
13 Jul 2017

University dropouts due to mental health difficulties treble - UMHAN responds

The following is a response to an article published by the Guardian, written by Rachel Fahy and Dan Doran, Mental Health Advisors.
1 Jun 2017

What’s the point of Mental Health Mentoring?

Lydia Pell, UMHAN Chair, speaks at UUK Conference.
22 Mar 2017

UMHAN presents at Westminster Briefing On January

On January 31st , our Development and Operations Worker, Miriam Chappell, presented at the Westminster Briefing conference.
20 Feb 2017

UMHAN and the ProtectED Code of Practice

The ProtectED Code of Practice was launched on Monday 6th February as a new accreditation scheme for universities to measure student safety.
14 Feb 2017

UMHAN Training: Behavioural Intervention Teams

On November 25th, UMHAN organised a free training day for members.
6 Dec 2016

The Pressures of University and Available Support

Author: Emmy Gilmour of The Recover Clinic
18 Feb 2015

#IChoseToDisclose: How to prepare?

If there is any aspect of your experience which you are having difficulty with you may be thinking about discussing this with your university.
18 Feb 2015

#IChoseToDisclose: What to expect?

Not knowing what will happen when you disclose can be a daunting prospect.
18 Feb 2015

#IChoseToDisclose: What if?

UMHD is an annual event which aims to focus efforts that promote the mental health of people in Higher/Further Education.
12 Feb 2015

All Parliamentary Group

Complex needs and Dual Diagnosis all party parliamentary group
20 Jan 2015

Re: Year-abroad students say universities don’t offer enough support.

In the UMHAN guidance of ‘Considering the Needs of Students with a Mental Health Condition: Resource for DSA Needs Assessors’ (September 2013) the expectations of good quality one-to-one support are provided (Section 3.5). In this section, UMHAN explain that specialist support will usually be face to face, however due to some student’s conditions they may struggle to leave their house at times and yet will benefit from some support from a Mental Health Mentor in another format. 

19 Dec 2014

Support Available at University

“University can often look like a minefield of potential stressful situations.”
21 Oct 2014
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