Using Coping Planning to improve health and wellbeing and prevent suicide

Projects
1. How children Cope. If you are a parent interested in helping us learn about how children cope, click here https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/copingkids1

2. Evaluation of an intervention to help university students cope. If you are a current university student and interested in participating, find out more here. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/stressUniSA

Team:

Dr Helen Stallman, Dr Jeneva Ohan, Dr Belinda Chiera, Dr Bridgette Bewick

Research Outcome

Care · Collaborate · Connect

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Promoting Regional Student Success & Wellbeing

The project, was piloted and implemented at UniSA in Whyalla and Mount Gambier. It includes the development of resources, including a web resource that will provide a training package for regional staff to deliver support services related to academic literacies, engagement and well-being of students.

Team:

Associate Professor Sharron King, Dr Helen Stallman, Dr Jane Kehrwald, Ms Tanya Weiler, Mrs Tamra Ulpen

Funding:

Department of Education and Training Higher Education Participation and Partnerships Programme

Research Outcome

Regional Student Success & Wellbeing

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Building Graduate Resilience

This project will increase graduate resilience and employability for a globalised world through developing and piloting a resilience framework, and a fully resourced development program to build academics’ capacity to embed resilience into the curriculum at the crucial ‘tipping point’ when students are expected to transition from the classroom to fieldwork.

Team:

Brewer, M, van Kessel, G, Barnard, S, Sanderson, B, Ferns, S, Reubenson, R, Maresse, S, Cooper, B, Lane, M, Naumann, F, Rueckert, C.

Funding:

Australian Technology Network of Universities

Research Outcome

The Learning Thermometer

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