Findings just released: Towards a health promoting university

Towards a health promoting university is a study aimed at better understanding how Australian universities can best promote student health and wellbeing.

The study, produced by researchers at the Melbourne Medical School and the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, investigates issues affecting student mental health and wellbeing, academic outcomes, and service awareness and use. It identifies priority areas for possible intervention and informs a whole-of-university student mental health and wellbeing promotion and intervention strategy.

View the report (PDF 1.2 MB)

Research team

Department of General Practice,
Melbourne Medical School

Lena Sanci, Patty Chondros, Laura Tarzia,
Ann-Maree Duncan, Divya Peter, Madeleine Lim, and Ian Williams

Global and Cultural Mental Health Unit, Centre for Mental Health,
Melbourne School of Population and Global Health

Harry Minas and Pragya Gartoulla

Centre for Epidemiology and Biostatistics,
Melbourne School of Population and Global Health

Melissa Russell

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Professor Lena Sanci

l.sanci@unimelb.edu.au