What to do to improve postgraduate mental health. Greater awareness must be matched with steps such as better training for supervisors. In: Nature, 9.5.2018
The Guardian. I thought US universities were driven by profit – until I moved to the UK. I expected a culture shock when I crossed the Atlantic, but I didn’t anticipate how corporatised British universities would be. Anonymous academic, 27.4.2018.
The Guardian. For academics on insecure contracts, it's hard not to feel undervalued. In my first lecturing job, I ignored the low pay and focused on my students. But I never even got a word of thanks. Anonymous academic, 20.4.2018.
Gareth O'Neill, Mathias Schroijen, Eurodoc. Early-career researchers and mental health. (PDF, 310 KB) In: Impact, Volume 2018, Number 2, March 2018, pp. 91-92(2).
Salome Lienert, PBS UZH ETH
Presentation @ VAUZ takes you out to fight mental health issues in academia. March 2, 2018
Gareth O'Neill, President Eurodoc
Presentation @ VAUZ takes you out to fight mental health issues in academia. March 2, 2018.
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The Positive and Mindful University.
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Holly Else. Academics ‘face higher mental health risk’ than other professions. Lack of job security, limited support from management and weight of work-related demands on time among risk factors. In: timeshighereducation.com, August 22, 2017.
The invisible problem? Improving students’ mental health.
HEPI Report 88, September 21, 2016.
Alison Mountz, Geography and Environmental Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University.
Women on the edge: Workplace stress at universities in North America
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