Men's Welfare Officer

Men's welfare officer ZAD TURNER

Talk. Help. Heal.

Poor health both physically and Mentally are some of the major issues that face men on a day to day basis.

Due to the current climate with the global pandemic and restrictions put in place by the government this will be one of the most challenging years students have faced in recent history, with the year being filled with uncertainty and the unknown. 

This means it will be as important as always for men to open up if they are facing any problems, this can be to someone working at the university, friends, family or other organisations. 

Opening up about mental health and wellbeing is a very daunting thought for a lot of men. Coupled with this many people don’t know how to spot and identify the warning signs that someone they know or even themselves are struggling with bad mental health.

 This is why I will be taking a proactive attitude to the role and positively promote what services UWE and other organisations have to make sure people are getting the support they need and deserve. As well as work to improve the services at UWE as best I can and hold numerous events to promote Men’s welfare throughout the year.

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