Postgraduate Research (PGR) Student Wellbeing Survey

ResearcherAre you a postgraduate research student at the University?  If so, you are invited to take part in an Office for Students funded wellbeing study the University is running.  This study aims to improve the mental health and wellbeing of postgraduate research students by increasing their mental health literacy and social support.  The first phase of the study takes place this month with the launch of an online survey about mental wellbeing, knowledge of mental health problems, and sources of support.

Who can take part?

All registered postgraduate research students are invited to take part in the survey this month.  The survey is takes no more than 20 minutes to complete and will be available until Wednesday 31st October.   Please click or tap this link to take part in the survey. 

Further information

Further information is available in this participant information sheet.  If you have any further questions, please download the information sheet and/or contact Dr Rachel Moss (Research Associate, School of Education and Sociology):


T: 023 9284 5266.


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