We have created a range of webinars that highlight support available from Student Wellbeing, and also share experiences of students with mental health issues. If you have any webinar suggestions, please forward them to WOWEvents@qub.ac.uk.
Remember that you have already been successful in passing plenty of assessments and exams. As stressful as your University modules may feel, you do have skills and experience to draw on which will be addressed in the workshop.
Need to discover the foundations of motivation? This webinar will focus on motivation, self-confidence, and building self-esteem and details some tools and techniques about staying motivated, and ensuring that your practices are embedded in your everyday life.
Uncertainty is a part of life, especially in times like these. Whilst things may remain outside your control, your mindset is key in helping you cope with different circumstances and face the unknown.
This webinar wants to highlight the importance of building a healthier and more mindful relationship with technology and striking the right balance for your study performance and general wellbeing.
Hoping to achieve a better work life balance? We have the webinar for you! Learn how to make the most of your university experience and how to look after your wellbeing during your studies.
Self-reliance is key to building your confidence, motivation and finding your voice. We are hosting an online webinar on managing challenges in your student life and optimising your own abilities and natural talents.
Quarantine and changes in work can make this time tricky for all parents and carers out there. Join us for some advice on how to support your mental health and wellbeing during lockdown.
Childcare at Queen's have also produced the following Resources While At Home Workbook which you may find helpful!
As part of the 'Making the World A Kinder Place' day of Mental Health Awareness Week 2020, it is important to be mindful of our online presence as well as our offline presence. Join Annette and Matthew as we explore their journeys through social media and the impact it can have on mental health and wellbeing.
Getting a good night’s sleep is vital for your health and wellbeing, yet sleep is often not given the priority it deserves. Professor Gerry Gormley has developed and delivered a number of lunchtime workshops that explores why this happens – but more importantly, providing practical steps on how to improve your sleep.
Getting a healthy and balanced diet can be hugely important in improving our overall wellbeing. This webinar discusses the impact of hidden sugars on health and how to manage your sugar intake as part of a healthy diet.
As part of the 'Empowering You, Empowering Others' day of Mental Health Awareness Week, we are holding a webinar on building resilience and living your best life.