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Wellbeing – a way forward for Wales

Ruth Townsley, Happy City’s Measurement and Policy director, throws the spotlight on a new joint framework for measuring conditions for wellbeing in Wales – assessing its challenges and potential.

ACADEMIC PERSPECTIVE: Research gaps in student mental health

This week’s guest blog is from Dr Nicola Byrom, a lecturer in psychology at King’s College London and founder of Student Minds, the student mental health charity. She shares her concerns about the gaps in understanding in student mental health and the challenges in the research.

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