Engaging students in peer mentoring for wellbeing

An opportunity to hear about the key findings from the Many Hands project: a multi-provider collaboration between IHE members. The project explored partnership working and a cross-provider approach to preventing and improving student mental health through student peer mentoring.

The project manager will lead us through two sessions, which are complementary but can be attended as standalone.

This session will give an overview of the aims of the project, before sharing insights into the methods and messaging used to engage students, including how this was adapted for context for different IHE members. Observations and recommendations will be shared.


Booking information

This session is free for all providers of Higher Education.

Members and Launchpad subscribers: to book your ticket please click on the registration link and enter your institution's membership number when prompted to ENTER CODE. You will then be sent a confirmation email.

Non members: By registering to this event, you agree to be added to the IHE mailing list. As an Independent organisation, it remains with IHE, to make the final decision on whether an individual or particular organisation can attend an event organised by IHE.

If you need any help finding your membership number or have further queries, please email: [email protected]

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