A new study here at Flinders is looking at the mental health and wellbeing of university students. The researchers are keen to hear from all students, but particularly interested in International Students as they are sometimes under-represented in this kind of research. Details in post.
Do you want to help shape the future of mental health support for university students, including those at Flinders? Then this opportunity is for you!
Some researchers out of the College of Education, Psychology & Social Work are conducting a research project on the mental health and wellbeing of university students. The aim of the project is to identify how best to support university students in the future. By participating in their study, you can help us better understand the mental health needs of international and domestic students and contribute to the development of effective support programs.
Participating in the study is easy and convenient. All you need to do is complete a 20-30 minute survey about your mental health and wellbeing. The survey covers a range of topics related to mental health, including stress, anxiety, depression, and social support. Your responses will be completely confidential and anonymous. You can access the survey by clicking on the link provided below:
But that’s not all. By completing the survey, you will also have the chance to win one of ten $50 Westfield vouchers! This is a great opportunity to support mental health research while also having the chance to win a prize.
The project has been approved by Flinders University’s Human Research Ethics Committee, so you can be sure that your participation is safe and ethical.
The importance of mental health and wellbeing for university students cannot be overstated. University can be a challenging time for many students, with academic pressure, financial stress, and social isolation all contributing to mental health concerns. By participating in this study, you can help us better understand the mental health needs of university students and contribute to the development of effective support programs.
If you have any questions about the study, you can contact Associate Professor Dan Fassnacht at email@example.com.
Don’t miss this opportunity to help shape the future of mental health support for university students. Participate in the study today and make a difference in the lives of yourself and your fellow students.
[this blog post was co-authored by ChatGPT, an AI language model developed by OpenA – https://chat.openai.com/]