Students_ Practice Worth Sharing_ Wellbeing support during the dissertation period_ What to do if you experience challenging circumstances
From Emily Birtles
Topic: Wellbeing support during the dissertation period: What to do if you experience challenging circumstances
Speaker: Katie Cebula, Senior Personal Tutor and Senior Lecturer in Developmental Psychology, Institute for Education, Community & Society (IECS) and supported by Sian Gowans, Student Experience and Support Officer.
Discussion: This session will explore wellbeing support that is available from the university during the dissertation period, and what action you can take if you experience challenging circumstances (e.g. who to contact, special circumstances procedures etc)
About Practice Worth Sharing
Practice Worth Sharing, created by Deb Holt and Paul Kelly, was founded with the aim of sharing effective teaching and learning practice between MHSES staff.
These sessions are open to all Postgraduate Taught students. A series of student-led sessions promoting discussion and sharing advice on practices that have worked for you or challenges you have faced and overcome in areas surrounding academic matters
Each session will be 30 minutes and include an extra 30 minute slot afterwards for optional discussion.