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Mental health problems exposed by AJ Student Survey 2016

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Standing back for a moment and taking the wider view - this survey could be read as a indicator of the broad issues that exist in our ever increasingly complex and demanding world (living, working, media & communication) - and how it has, and is, impacting on children, teenagers, students and those in work, careers and the professions. There are numerous reports of declining well-being across people of various ages, across universities and the professions. eg THE INDEPENDENT Feb 2016 "Teenage mental-health crisis: Rates of depression have soared in past 25 years

Posted date

29 July, 2016

Posted time

11:41 am

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