Connect with HealthyU was a campaign that was ran in semester 1 to support your health and wellbeing during the pandemic.
We want you to feel part of the university community through active engagement. Connect with HealthyU aims to enable you to develop a sense of control by encouraging and supporting you to be proactive about your health and wellbeing.
Connect information and resources will assist you to make informed choices, including where to go for help if you need it.
Connect with health and wellbeing services
Find out about University and local services and how to access them
What to do if you’re a student and it’s all getting too much
Connect with your local community
Find out about what’s happening locally to feel part of the local community
Connect with your friends and peers
Find out where and how to connect with others
Reach out, check in Students' Union campaign
Students can meet others from same demographics/ backgrounds
Connect with your mental health
Proactively taking care of your mental health
COVID-19: guidance for the public on mental health and wellbeing
10 tips to help if you are worried about coronavirus
Address Your Stress Resources from Mental Health first Aid England
Psychological wellbeing for Health and Care Workers. Mitigating the impact of COVID-19 on psychological wellbeing.
Connect with the world around you
Find out how to stay connected with the world around you
Connect with your physical health
Find out ways to stay active and eat well whist at university
Find out ways to integrate your faith into your everyday life
Some tips to support you to manage your studies
Connect with your rights
Know your rights and where to go if you need help and support
Connect with culture
An opportunity to explore the benefits of cultural diversity
Online faith calendar
Find out more about planning for your future
Try to apply a positive mindset to our current context - COVID-19 continues to have a big impact on all areas of our lives, and understandably you might be concerned about how the situation may affect your career plans. Staying informed and thinking about what it might mean for you can be helpful, but try not to dwell on any negative headlines. Instead, try to spot good new stories and be open to opportunities. Lots of organisations are still recruiting, there are industries that may grow as a result of the pandemic, and there’s still ways you can develop your employability whilst at university. Participate in careers events or the Nottingham Advantage Award to connect with others; use magpie to develop skills that will help you to feel more confident; or talk to an adviser to explore your options and work through any concerns.
The Careers and Employability Service can help you to work through any career concerns and provide expert advice.
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