Join a Mind Body Study at The University of Melbourne

Explore the impact of mind-body activities on student wellbeing through a University of Melbourne study, with a chance to win one of fifteen $100 gift cards.

Unlock Your Wellbeing: Join a Mind Body Study at The University of Melbourne

Hey there Flinders Students!

I was recently contacted by a researcher out of University of Melbourne who is exploring how mind-body activities like meditation, physical activity, or music therapy impact the mental wellbeing of university students. The work sounded interesting, so I thought I’d share in case you wanted to participate (while also standing a chance to win one of fifteen $100 gift cards!)

What’s It About?

The Melbourne School of Population and Global Health is conducting the “Mind Body Study” to explore the effectiveness of mind and body activities in managing mental wellbeing among university students. This research seeks to understand how such activities can benefit the student community, offering insights that could shape future wellness programs and support services.

Details of participation

  • Contribute to Valuable Research: Your participation will help wellbeing experts gain a deeper understanding of mental wellbeing management among university students.
  • Win Gift Cards: For each survey you complete, you’ll be entered into a draw to win one of fifteen $100 gift cards.
  • Minimal Time Commitment: Each online survey takes just 10-15 minutes to complete, with a follow-up survey six months later.
  • Privacy and Confidentiality Assured: Your responses will remain anonymous, and all data is protected under strict privacy laws.

Who Can Participate?

This study is open to all university students currently enrolled at any university located in Australia. They’re looking for participants who are willing to complete two online surveys about their lifestyle behaviours, use of mind and body activities, and mental wellbeing.

How to Get Involved?

Participation is easy! Simply read the participation information sheet and then if you are interested click here to access the survey and determine your eligibility through three screening questions. The survey window is open until April 11th, so don’t miss your chance to contribute to this important study.


If you have any questions or would like more information, please feel free to contact Dr. Nupur Nag and the research team at

Please note that you are under no obligation to participate in this study. It is only if you are interested 🙂

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