Ways to connect: Health and wellbeing events and campaigns 2020-21

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Information on upcoming events, activities and campaigns happening at the university, locally and nationally.

Local and National campaigns

HealthyU can campaign

 

Upcoming events and activities

Counselling service workshops 

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Students' Union activities and events

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UoN Sports activities and events

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Date and time Information

Throughout the term

Togetherall is available for all students and provides safe, anonymous online support 24/7

The service is designed to help students get support, take control and feel better. It provides 24/7 peer to peer and professional support (with trained healthcare professionals online at all times) including a range of tools to help people self-manage and improve wellbeing.

Students can access the 24/7 support by entering their academic email address at www.togetherall.com

Wednesday 30 June

4pm - 5pm

Online

Cycles of Change: Beginnings and Endings workshop for staff

In this workshop we’ll look at how we can achieve and maintain a sense of balance, stability and presence of mind – EQUANIMITY - that for many of us has at times felt elusive over the past year….

Please register with your university email address.

NOTE - this workshop will be carried out online on MS Teams and the details of how to access the workshop will be sent to you shortly after you register.

Register here

Thursday 1 July

11am 

Conversation Cafe (MS teams)

We know that many of you will still be studying over the summer, so we are holding Conversation Cafés throughout July. All students are welcome. Here's what we will be talking about:

  •  Thursday 1 July - Slang and idioms of the English language
  • Thursday 8 July - The Diversity of the UK
  • Thursday 15 July - Events that shaped the UK 1980s to 2000
  • Thursday 22 July - Events that shaped the UK 2000 to now
  • Thursday 29 July - British Sports Culture

Students can join the Conversation Cafe Team here

Tuesday 6 July

2pm - 3pm

Online

The Kawa Model Workshop for International (including EU) students

This workshop will provide you with an opportunity to explore how your life (represented by the cross-section of a river) might currently be full of obstacles and challenges but also resources and strengths. It will allow you to reflect on what is within and around you that can support you during these challenging times.

The Kawa Model was developed by Dr. Michael Iwama

Please register with your university email address.

NOTE - this workshop will be carried out online and the details of how to access the workshop will be sent to you shortly after you register.

Register here

Thursday 8 July

11am 

Conversation Cafe (MS teams)

We know that many of you will still be studying over the summer, so we are holding Conversation Cafés throughout July.All students are welcome. Here's what we will be talking about:

  •  Thursday 1 July - Slang and idioms of the English language
  • Thursday 8 July - The Diversity of the UK
  • Thursday 15 July - Events that shaped the UK 1980s to 2000
  • Thursday 22 July - Events that shaped the UK 2000 to now

 

  • Thursday 29 July - British Sports Culture
Students can join the Conversation Cafe Team here

Thursday 15 July

11am 

Conversation Cafe (MS teams)

We know that many of you will still be studying over the summer, so we are holding Conversation Cafés throughout July.

All students are welcome. Here's what we will be talking about:

  •  Thursday 1 July - Slang and idioms of the English language
  • Thursday 8 July - The Diversity of the UK
  • Thursday 15 July - Events that shaped the UK 1980s to 2000
  • Thursday 22 July - Events that shaped the UK 2000 to now

 

  • Thursday 29 July - British Sports Culture

Students can join the Conversation Cafe Team here

Thursday 22 July

11am

Conversation Cafe (MS teams)

We know that many of you will still be studying over the summer, so we are holding Conversation Cafés throughout July.All students are welcome. Here's what we will be talking about:

  •  Thursday 1 July - Slang and idioms of the English language
  • Thursday 8 July - The Diversity of the UK
  • Thursday 15 July - Events that shaped the UK 1980s to 2000
  • Thursday 22 July - Events that shaped the UK 2000 to now

 

  • Thursday 29 July - British Sports Culture
Students can join the Conversation Cafe Team here

Thursday 29 July

11am

Conversation Cafe (MS teams)

We know that many of you will still be studying over the summer, so we are holding Conversation Cafés throughout July.All students are welcome. Here's what we will be talking about:

  •  Thursday 1 July - Slang and idioms of the English language
  • Thursday 8 July - The Diversity of the UK
  • Thursday 15 July - Events that shaped the UK 1980s to 2000
  • Thursday 22 July - Events that shaped the UK 2000 to now

 

  • Thursday 29 July - British Sports Culture
Students can join the Conversation Cafe Team here

Throught the term

C-Card sign up information 

Condoms offer protection from sexually transmitted infections as well as preventing unintended pregnancy. If you are under the age of 25 and live in the Nottingham City or Southern Boroughs, you can get free condoms delivered directly to your home as part of the C-Card scheme.

To sign up, please call Nottingham Sexual Health Services on 01159 627 627 and ask for 'Condoms by post'

Additionally, visit www.contraceptionchoices.org to find your nearest contraceptive service.

Throughout the term

Nottingham Sexual Health Outreach and Health Promotion Team's 1:1 (non-clinical) free and confidential information, advice and support. 

Are you aged between 18-25? Want to find out more about sexual health and wellbeing? Nottingham Sexual Health Outreach and Health Promotion Team can offer 1:1 (non-clinical) free and confidential information, advice and support. 

They can offer support around:

  • Keeping safe during sex

  • Sexuality or gender identity

  • Healthy relationships

  • Condom Use

  • Where to go for help and support

  • Sexually transmitted Infections (STIs and HIV)

  • Contraception or unplanned pregnancy

  • Social Media and Pornography

To talk to one of their Sexual Health Promotion Practitioners, please email outreachandhealthpromotion@nuh.nhs.uk they aim to respond to your request within 48hours.

Their Sexual Health Promotion Practitioners, are an experienced community based team, trained to offer informed support around a wide range of sexual health and wellbeing issues. They are also able to offer onward referrals to other support services, if this is what’s right for you.

 Useful links
 

The University of Nottingham

University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

telephone: +44 (0) 115 951 5151
fax: +44 (0) 115 951 3666
email: studentcommsoffice@nottingham.ac.uk