Mental Health During Coronavirus (Covid-19)

During this time of uncertainty it is more important than ever to look after yourself and your mental health. You can find a list of resources that may help below. These may help you find ways to look after yourself while studying from home, social distancing and self-isolating. 

The University is regularly updating information around the services that you can access, as well as resources on how to look after yourself during the current pandemics:

The NHS have ways in which you can look after your mental wellbeing while staying at home.

Mind have many resources around planning to stay at home or being indoors, such as a handy checklist that will help with taking care of your wellbeing.

Student Minds have provided resources around mental health considerations relating to the coronavirus outbreak. In particular, they have resources for those who already have existing mental health conditions. As well as ways to report hate crime such as xenophobia and racism that may come from others around Covid-19.

More resources can be found at:

Mental Health England 

Mental Health Foundation

There is more information about coronavirus in regards to the University and the Students' Union. You can also find updates via the Twitter and and Instagram @uniofnottingham and @UoNSU. As well as seeking advice from the NHS and the Government websites. 

Please ensure that you have up to date via the official and proper channels to ensure that you can keep yourself and others around you safe, and avoid misinformation in this fast-changing situation.

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