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You are reading: Now is the time to revamp university student mental health reporting systems

Written by Catherine Drane1,

There continues to be a sustained and enduring challenge in addressing university student mental ill-health: namely the under-reporting of mental health issues. In part, this can be attributed to inadequacies in the current university systems for collecting mental health information. Why is this the case?

Read the full article here: Now is the time to revamp university student mental health reporting systems – NCSEHE

 


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