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Mental Health Awareness Week 2022

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Mental Health Awareness Week runs from 9 May – 15 May 2022, it is the UK’s national week to raise awareness of mental health and is hosted by Mental Health Foundation. This year, the week’s theme is ‘loneliness’ and the Mental Health Foundation want to raise awareness of the impact loneliness has on our mental wellbeing and the practical steps we can take to address it.

Equality and Inclusion Unit’s Guide to Mental Health Awareness Week

At Leeds, the Equality and Inclusion Unit have created a Mental Health Awareness Week 2022 guide for how you can get involved, including events taking place across the University and a summary of the support available for staff and students.

Mental Health and Wellbeing Resources

LinkedIn Learning’s mental health and wellbeing resources provide support for staff and students at Leeds with content covering a wide range of topics. Explore a series of recommended courses, collections and learning paths which look at wellbeing in the workplace, supporting your mental health during challenging times, developing your adaptability skills, personal resilience, mindfulness, meditation and more.

All students and staff at the University of Leeds have free access to a wide range of resources via LinkedIn Learning, and you can find out more information about it on our LinkedIn Learning webpage.

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