Mental health matters - Exploring mental health for you and your team

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3 March 2022

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3 March 2022

online 10:00 - 12:00 and 14:00 - 16:00

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About the Event

Mental Health has come into increasing focus during the pandemic. Working from home has challenged our wellbeing in regards to social and physical inputs, and COVID implications on mental health have been recognised.

This community event will explore mental health from two key angles: awareness of your own mental state and how individuals respond to stress, and working with colleagues and in teams where mental health issues are present. We will end the day with a practical session of sharing ideas, and advice, with participants in the driving seat.

Please join us for a day of learning, exploring and sharing mental health matters.



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Megan Vagg

Health and Safety Advisor and MHFA

Queen Mary University of London

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Henrik Brogger

Director of Digital Operations and Service Delivery

University of Reading

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Ed Stout

Support Services Manager

Leeds Beckett University

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Laura Capell-Abra


Stress Matters

Event Schedule



Introduction and Welcome

Ed Stout, Leeds Beckett University and Henrik Brogger, Queen Mary's University of London

What is mental health and how does it relate to you

Meg Vagg, Queen Mary University of London

End of morning session


Interactive workshop with Stress Matters

Laura Capell-Abra, Stress Matters

Best practice and ideas sharing

Ed Stout, Leeds Beckett University and Henrik Brogger, Queen Mary's University of London

Closing notes

Ed Stout, Leeds Beckett and Henrik Brogger, Queen Mary's University of London