In pictures: Mental Health Awareness Week at Queen's
Mental Health Awareness Week 2023 took place from 15 to 19 May and Queen's staff were welcomed to a range of events organised by Staff Wellbeing.
The theme for this year was 'Anxiety' and the week's 20 events included a Panel Discussion on Building a Resilient Mindset (held in QFT), a Great Big Purple Picnic with Action Mental Health, as well as a range of sessions from Mindful Walks to an Introduction to Suicide Prevention and Awareness.
"It's amazing to be a part of the panel today here at Queen's University in Belfast to talk about such an important topic. Building a resilient mindset is vital for everyone in today's society."— Queen's Staff (@QUBstaff) May 18, 2023
- Dr Michael McKillop MBE and others on today's #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek panel. pic.twitter.com/LkdrZQB9OI
"#MentalHealthAwarenessWeek runs this week and we have a wide range of events and information sessions for staff to participate in."—Conor Curran, Head of @QUBEqualDiverse @WellbeingQUB @QUBelfast, on the key events.— Queen's Staff (@QUBstaff) May 15, 2023
Programme | Register: https://t.co/3HDe4vNIJD#QUBeWell pic.twitter.com/2uFPI8c2z8
"It's a good opportunity to get away from the desk. Everybody's enjoying themselves, there's a really good vibe."— Queen's Staff (@QUBstaff) May 17, 2023
Adèle Davidson @ today's #GreatBigPurplePicnic @WellbeingQUB @QUBPeopleFirst @amhNI @QUBelfast.
Full #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek programme: https://t.co/3HDe4vNIJD pic.twitter.com/9QPiHxNwTy