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Looking after your mental health at university
Dr Dominique Thompson, former university GP and clinical advisor at Student Minds explains the early warning signs to look out for, how to maintain good wellbeing during your studies and where to turn to if you need some support. We'll have advice for those who are feeling lonely or homesick and what you can do if one of your friends is struggling with their mental health.

This will be a 30 minute webinar with a chance to ask questions at the end.

Nov 16, 2021 11:00 AM in London

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Dr Dominique Thompson
@Student Minds
Dr Dominique Thompson, former university GP and clinical advisor at Student Minds Dominique is an award winning GP, young people's mental health expert, TEDx speaker, author and educator, with two decades of clinical experience. She is author of The Student Wellbeing Series (Trigger Press), and co-author of How to Grow a Grown Up (PenguinRandomHouse). Dom has done two TEDx talks; ‘What I learnt from 78000 GP consultations with university students’ and ‘Understanding Why’. She is a chapter author for Student Mental Health & Wellbeing in Higher Education: A practical guide (Sage). Dom is a clinical advisor for NICE, RCGP and Student Minds and a lead clinical advisor for Aardman Animation’s What’s Up with Everyone? campaign, and for Being Well, Living Well Epigeum.