April is Stress Awareness Month and Edge Hill University is using it as an opportunity to highlight all the support available to students and staff to help them not only during the Covid-19 pandemic but in everyday life.
First-year students at Edge Hill University have been set the tricky task of solving a problem faced by some of the best minds in business as high street closures continue.
Former world heavyweight boxing champion Frank Bruno was the guest of honour as Edge Hill University hosted the Emergency Services Mental Health and Wellbeing Conference.
The importance of mental health awareness and an active lifestyle have been key in Mel Mitchell’s role in Campus Sport at Edge Hill University.
A new programme combining emoji bingo and sport to tackle children’s mental health across Merseyside has been shortlisted for a top award.
Edge Hill University has linked up with Sefton Council to deliver a brand new programme designed to get vulnerable adults active.
Edge Hill is launching an innovative Masters degree in association with Everton in the Community (the official charity of Everton Football Club) this September.
Edge Hill has been accredited ‘gold’ status by North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust (NWAS) in recognition of the University’s dedication to raising awareness of heart health, basic life support and use of defibrillators.