Inter-Subject Centre Seminar on Learning and Teaching in Mental Health in Higher Education

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The purpose of the seminar, held in York on 8/9 April 2002, was to initiate a debate about how learning and teaching in mental health in higher education might be enhanced. The objectives were: to develop a shared understanding of different approaches to learning and teaching, to identify strengths, development needs and other drivers for change, to explore ways of improving teaching and learning within and across different disciplines, to test assumptions and explore perhaps unforeseen problems and consequences, and to consider how to take the work forward and the role the LTSN might play in this. Five or six participants were invited by each of the four LTSNs (Health Sciences and Practice; Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Medicine; Psychology; and Social Policy and Social Work -SWAP), all of whom had a special interest in mental health issues in learning and teaching.

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CreatorsHilary Burgess
Added05 May 2011 18:57
RegionUK
KeywordsUKOER, SWAPBox, mental health, interdisciplinary learning, pedagogy
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This is a collection of resources uploaded by the Mental Health in Higher Education project, and intended to be of use in developing learners' understanding about mental wellbeing and ill health.

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This is an archive of papers relating to the Mental Health in Higher Education project - a collaboration between the Higher Education Academy subject centres for Social Policy and Social Work; Psychology; Health Sciences and Practice; Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Medicine and Education (ESCalate). mhhe aims to increase networking and the sharing of approaches to learning and teaching about mental health - across the disciplines in UK higher education.

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