Our fortnightly events are open to all. Every other Thursday we run speaker-led talks, followed by informal discussions. We have variety of speakers coming in to talk about a range of important topics surrounding mental health.
We run these sessions every other Thursday, 6-8pm, in the Cruciform.
Our fortnightly events are here to help you understand and learn about different aspects of mental health. They also give you opportunities to hear to about people’s personal experiences, how they’ve coped and the lessons they’ve learned. Our events are designed to support you to develop and maintain good personal wellbeing and ways to cope with the pressures of medical school. In addition, our fortnightly events provide a safe and non-judgmental space for support and conversation and to share any problems you may be having with people who understand.
Come and play with some bunnies and doggos, and enjoy some Krispy Kremes whilst you chill in our relaxation time.
A mix of medical students and foundation doctors will be talking about their mental health and wellbeing issues they faced at medical school and how it made them better doctors.
Come and enjoy a night of games with your favourite RUMS sports.
Talk by Professor Clare Gerada on Mental Health in doctors and medical students.
Meet the welfare reps and staff of UCLMS Student Support and UCL Student Psychological Services Ft. Planet Organic.
How to support friends going through difficult times.
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Join medics4medics as the beguiling Dr Oliver Starr discusses his experiences of burnout in medicine.
Coping with being in a competitive environment.
RUMS students and junior doctors: Why talking about your mental health will make you a better doctor.
Professor John Wyatt: Why talking about your mental health will make you a better doctor.
A wind-down session with winter themed arts and crafts, food and activities.
Guest speakers and practical tools, tips and discussions about looking after your personal wellbeing.
Board games, card games, a variety of teas and food which are shown to reduce stress levels, and an introduction to mindfulness.