An Edge Hill and Everton FC mental health partnership programme has been shortlisted in the 2020 Sports Business Awards.
During this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week Edge Hill is highlighting the huge range of support their wellbeing team have put together for students and staff.
A mental health awareness programme developed by Edge Hill University and Everton in the Community has been awarded half a million pounds in recognition of the vital impact it has on the student experience.
Edge Hill University is trailblazing a new programme to train people for new roles to support mental health in schools and colleges.
Staff and students were inspired by founders of a charity for bereaved men when they shared their powerful stories of overcoming heart-breaking loss.
Edge Hill University staff joined partners Everton in the Community to welcome The Duke of Cambridge to Liverpool today as he visited one of the charity’s mental health campaigns.
Portraits of Everton FC players created by schoolchildren will be shown on stadium screens, helping to raise awareness of the importance of positive mental health among young people.
An Edge Hill student has graduated with a PhD after working to encourage men in disadvantaged communities to exercise more and improve their physical and mental health.
In a brutally honest and humbling hour-and-a-half, the former professional footballer and broadcaster, talked about his mental health journey, suicide attempts and road to recovery with his wife, Carrie, standing by his side.
Programmed by Edge Hill’s three Research Institute, the Festival of Ideas is a series of talks, exhibitions and performances featuring famous faces and industry influencers to engage academics, students and members of the public in topical conversations and debates.