- HuffPost Young Minds: 'Is There Anything I Can Do?' Starting Conversations About Self-Harm': One in 12 young people in the UK self-harm yet all too often their friends and family are unsure about what to do or how to help. Rachel Piper, our Network Development Officer, spoke to a student who has experienced self-harm, about what helped her most and how the stigma around self-harm can be broken down.
- British Medical Association: Medical students often have high expectations of themselves and this, together with the pressures of academic work and clinical placements, can lead to stress and mental health problems. Acknowledging problems and seeking support is vital.
- Guardian Students: 'How to Cope with Mental Health Difficulties at University' by Ruth Hardy- Mental health difficulties are common among students at university. Family and friends can can play an important role in helping to support them.
Student Minds interview with BBC South on why a new documentary on student mental health is so important.