Our ‘Measuring Well-being in the Student Population’ report, led by Alyson Dodd and Nicola Byrom, is the result of a sector-wide consultation that included undergraduate and postgraduate students, academics and researchers, student services colleagues, those working in Higher Education management and policy, and those working in relevant organisations.
SMaRteN, in partnership with Vitae, conducted research into the impact of COVID-19 on the working lives of doctoral researchers and research staff. We published various resources across the pandemic, to provide timely support and then a final comprehensive report, published late 2021.
We have compiled a list of reports and associated resources to context for understanding current knowledge around student mental health.
SMaRteN and NatCen, Britain's leading independent social research institute, have collaborated to produce a guide to national surveys, many of which give data and measurement scales used in mental health in the general population. This comprehensive summary of national surveys is intended as a helpful resource for those looking to measure and study the student population and their mental health.
SMaRteN Interviews with key actors in student mental health research.