During times of uncertainty in particular, it’s important to look after yourself and your wellbeing. Dr Victoria Price and Dr Jane Scott from the UC Health Centre share their practical and simple tips to help you look after you.
They focus on three areas of wellbeing including, mind, body and connection, providing you with examples of how you can experience Mauri Ora / flourishing wellness through staying well, staying safe, and staying connected.
Many thanks to Dr Price & Dr Scott who took valuable time out to film just before the lockdown!
Stay tuned on Insider’s Guide blog for more wellbeing tips and resources.
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Despite more than 40 years of law reform aimed at improving the experience of giving evidence for adult rape complainants, Ministry of Justice research in 2018 re-confirmed that the process remains distressing and re-traumatising.
In the recent UC Connect public lecture A cross-examination of rape myths, UC Law Professor Elizabeth McDonald presented an overview of the findings, some reform proposals and an outline of future work.
Missed this session? Watch the video here:
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Diversity Fest 2019 events and activities are still happening for the next two weeks, you can check out the programme here>
As part of Diversity Fest 2019 we have been talking to students about what makes a diverse community and how we can all contribute to making UC a more inclusive community.
In this video, Ari Nicholson UC’s Rainbow Coordinator got out and about to find out what diversity looks like to different people and how we can be accepting of everyone’s different points of view.
Join the conversation – we want to hear from as many of you as possible, if you missed the chance to share your thoughts with Ari, please include them in the comments below.
You can also check out other Diversity at UC videos including: