Research Impact - Submission Check Point Conference & Exhibition

  • Tuesday, 09 June 2020
  • The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
  • 08:30 - 16:50
150
Conference
Attendees
8
CPD
Credits
15
Expert Speakers
15
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Luke Boulter
  • Hear from FE/HE institutes, mental health service providers, public, voluntary and third sector organisations about steps being taken to improve mental health outcomes on campus.
  • Explore how wider determinants such as social media, withdrawal of student grants/education maintenance allowance, rising living costs and unaffordable housing contribute to mental health issues.
  • Learn how drug use impacts student MH - as well as assessing the immediate and long-term dangers of student's dealing drugs. 
  • Develop understanding of contemporary discussions taking place around student MH, such as the parity of esteem between data protection and human safety.    
  • Listen to case studies of practical implementation of key policy, service and safeguarding recommendations.
  • Explore initiatives spearheaded by data and emerging technologies that are revolutionising institutional approaches to interventions.   
  • Discuss how to overcome barriers to care that are unique to FE/HE.
  • Benefit from sharing lived experiences with mental health challenges and subsequent campaigns that are driving transformational change in FE/HE curriculum's and laying the groundwork for early-years preventative interventions.
  • Network and knowledge-share with domestic and international peers, students, NHS service leaders, stakeholders from public, voluntary and third sector organisations; developing shared solutions to common MH challenges.
  • Learn about implementing best practices from HEIs that have developed new strategies for addressing student mental health concerns following institute-wide consultation.
  • Explore how legislators, commissions and APPGs are developing policy responses to loneliness on campus'.
  • Develop effective communication techniques that can be used to engage students with concepts of mindfulness, emotional resilience and positive psychology.
  • Gain the maximum number of 8 CPD points.
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Venue

The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester

The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester

Construction of The Bridgewater Hall commenced on 22 March 1993, but the idea of a new concert hall for Manchester dates back to the reconstruction of the Free Trade Hall in the 1950s after wartime bomb damage. The Free Trade Hall was home to the city’s famous Hallé orchestra and also hosted rock and pop concerts. However, despite holding great public affection, the 1850s Free Trade Hall was ill-equipped to respond to the rising standards of service and acoustic excellence demanded by performers and audiences.

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