World Mental Health Day 2019
Every year at Bournemouth University, we run a series of events to mark World Mental Health Day (October 10th), throughout the week in which that days falls. The events for 2019 are listed below. These talks are open to all, and it's free to attend - but, if you wish to come along, you must book your ticket through the relevant Eventbrite link below.
All of the talks place at Bournemouth University (at either one of our campuses). The details about location are on those links. We look forward to seeing there.
Monday, October 7th
13.00-14.00 Kathryn Gutteridge, President Royal College of Midwives The role of the midwife in perinatal mental health
Tuesday, October 8th
13.00-14.00 Trevor Parsons, wildlife photographer Using wildlife and nature photography to promote mental health
Wednesday, October 9th
11.00-12.00 Hannah Hobbs, CEO Project Nurture Harnessing nature for health and wellbeing
14.00-15.00 Stan Sadler, Dorset HealthCare, Criminal Justice, Liaison & Diversion Improving outcomes for vulnerable people who come into contact with criminal justice system
Thursday, October 10th
13.00-14.00 Ché Donald, National Vice Chair, Police Federation England and Wales Police Federation: Maintaining health and wellbeing among police officers
14.00-15.00 Andrew Grundell, mental health campaigner and speaker The impact of mental health on families