Student’s help seeking behaviour study – £5 prize draw

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We would be grateful if you could participate in a new study investigating how much university students know about mental health (sometimes called mental health literacy) and the ways in which students access support (sometimes called help-seeking).

The aim of the study is to explore home and international student experiences around student support. We really hope that this information can be used to inform University support services and policies!

If you are interested in taking part in an online survey, it will be anonymous and take roughly 15-minutes to complete. Following completion of the survey, you can choose to be entered into a prize draw to win a £5 amazon voucher.

If you are an international student and you would be happy to speak to us in more detail about your experiences, we will also be running 30/45 minutes 1:1 interviews on Microsoft Teams. Following completion of the interview, you will receive a £5 amazon voucher for your time. Please note all information shared will remain confidential.

Find out more about participating in this study.

If you have any questions, please get in touch with the student researcher:

Denis Persichini –

This study has received ethical approval by the University of Reading PCLS School Ethics Research Committee, project 2021-130-AJ, end date 03/04/2022

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