Held at the Barbican in London USHA’s Autumn Seminar was also supported by the student services association AMOSSHE and Universities UK. The line-up of keynote speakers included:
Sir Anthony Seldon VC at The University of Buckingham looked at the mental health support routes across a University as well as promoted 'Action for Happiness'
Both the Right Honourable Norman Lamb MP Chair of the Cross Party Committee on Mental Health and Paul Farmer CBE Chief Executive of MIND spoke of the need to commission the right level of needs for mental health counselling with better transition from child to adult mental health support. Mr Lamb also went on to praise Nottingham Trent University for its Student Minds Initiative.
The Assistant Director of Policy for Universities UK also spoke at the seminar.
John de Pury told USHA, “UUK was keen to be part of such an important event and I especially welcomed the chance to engage with an experienced and expert audience”
The seminar presentations and photographs can be found on the USHA website www.usha.org.uk