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Thu, 07 Jul

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Supporting student wellbeing services - Key student insights

This event will share key insights into student wellbeing including usage insight on how students have accessed and engaged with the Student Assistance Programme over the last year.

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Supporting student wellbeing services - Key student insights
Supporting student wellbeing services - Key student insights

Time & location

07 Jul 2022, 11:00 – 12:00 BST

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About this event

Founded by the National Union of Students in 1965 Endsleigh has been supporting students for over 55 years. As a response to the surge in mental wellbeing concerns for students and education establishments, in 2020 Endsleigh developed a dedicated Student Wellbeing proposition which now provides wellbeing support to 400k student lives. 

Student wellbeing encompasses the overall health of a student, including their social, mental, physical, and emotional health. Partners Endsleigh have developed the Student Assistance Programme to provide mental health and wellbeing support, giving students access to a variety of specialist services including a 24/7 counselling helpline.

This ProtectED Reflections event will explore the structures and practices that Endsleigh has developed, to support students and staff mental health.

We will also look at the results from the happiness index report Endsleigh has published in conjunction with the NUS, to give us a glimpse into current student feeling, and look at mental health support in action

We are very pleased to welcome our speakers for this event:

  • Billy FitzJohn - Senior Partnership Development Manager at Endsleigh Insurance services Ltd
  • Carly Pearce  - Partnership Development Manager at Endsleigh Insurance Services Ltd
  • Jamie Boyle - Partnership Development Manager at Endsleigh Insurance Services Ltd

This event will share key insights into student wellbeing including usage insight on how students have accessed and engaged with the Student Assistance Programme over the last year,  which is now provided over 400,000 students in the UK. Our speakers will also share what the programme provides and how it can support existing wellbeing provisions at universities, colleges, and accommodation providers.

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