New research projects to develop and evaluate interventions for student mental health.

July 2020

UKRI-funded Student Mental Health Research Network (SMaRteN) based in King’s College London have chosen projects that focus on student mental health in higher education.

SMaRteN has awarded funding to seven research projects that aim to address the substantive gaps in the research around the non-clinical and universal approaches to student mental health. Funding is being allocated to universities across the United Kingdom and will address a range of research areas. They include work at the intersection between various fields, peer relationships, and the real challenges for mental health within the postgraduate research community.

For more information https://www.kcl.ac.uk/news/new-research-projects-funded-to-develop-and-evaluate-interventions-for-student-mental-health

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