Network funds better mental-health teaching

June 14, 2002

Four subject centres have received £75,000 for joint work to improve approaches to mental-health teaching in higher education. The centres plan to draft a code of good practice, develop web teaching resources, organise regional workshops and hold a national conference.

The award, one of 19 to be announced by the Learning and Teaching Support Network, will be split between the centres of psychology; health sciences and practice; medicine, dentistry and veterinary science; and social policy and social work.

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