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Students Against Depression's Blog Posts
At Students Against Depression we’re pleased to be supporting the latest major research project by MQ! MQ is a new charity with big ambitions, believing in the potential of research and inquiry to improve the quality of life of billions of people and families affected by mental health issues. Read more below to find how […]
At Students Against Depression we’re pleased to support university-based projects undertaking research to further improve student support services and our understanding of mental health in the UK. Right now researchers at Oxford University are investigating sleeping patterns and the impact sleep has on our daily well-being- to take part and be in for the chance […]
A huge congratulations today to Judith Robinson from everyone across the Students Against Depression network for having yesterday completed the London Marathon! Judith, a student studying maths at Bristol University, ran the Marathon to raise funds for Students Against Depression and our parent charity, the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust. Completing the course in a heroic […]
This month Students Against Depression has been pleased to contribute to the Look After Your Mate campaigns pack, a fantastic new resource compiled by our partners Student Minds! Equipping students to look out for their friends’ mental health must be a university – wide priority A national campaign launches this Wednesday 9th April to equip […]
Judith runs London Marathon to support Students Against Depression A Bristol student is running the London Marathon to support the website which helped her overcome debilitating depression. Judith Robinson, 24, credits the Students Against Depression site for giving her the confidence to carry on during some of her darkest moments. Now enjoying life for the […]
CWMT trainer Aileen Moore was delighted to meet staff at Harrogate College for informative training last week. The North Yorkshire college, which specialises in vocational courses open to students of all ages and backgrounds, has kindly shown its support for Students Against Depression via an exciting fundraiser. By making and selling jewellery students and staff […]
At Students Against Depression we’re delighted to be working with students and staff at Exeter University to together tackle depression. Great new research into rumination and the impact of internet-based therapies is being carried out by two of our colleagues, Lorna Cook and Professor Ed Watkins. If you’d like to get involved in their exciting […]
Last Wednesday (19th February 2014) we were pleased to team up with the fantastic Student Minds for University Mental Health Day! To celebrate the day we joined our partner student-led charities in blogging about all the great work student do for mental health in the UK. You can read our entry on Students Against Depression […]
Broadcaster, actor and comedian Alexander Armstrong is entertaining millions with his impressions of singing stars – inspired by the memory of a friend who lost his life to depression.
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