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Today, St George’s, University of London has launched a Coronavirus Action Fund to support research in response to the coronavirus pandemic and continue work to improve health.
See how our research transforms people’s lives in our community, throughout the UK and around the world
Read our health and travel advice, as well as guidance for staff, students and applicants.
Applications for clearing at St George’s will be opening online on Thursday 13th August. For the first time, this year, St George’s will be taking a “digital-first” approach to clearing.
In this section, we share resources to help support your wellbeing, including stories and advice from fellow alumni on looking after your physical and emotional wellbeing as you take your first steps into the working world.
The following may provide additional sources of support or guidance which you may find of use if you are concerned about your mental health.
GOV UK: COVID-19: Guidance for the public on mental health and wellbeing
Mental Wellbeing for Healthcare workers: Preparation for Practice Final Year Students (PDF)
YoungMinds: have some useful advice and resources on looking after your mental health while self‐isolating
Action for Happiness: has a calendar of things to do to stay positive. You can also register to receive daily tips, advice and quotes to help you stay positive during this unsettling time.
Mental Health Foundation: another mental health charity and has some useful information.
Mindare a mental health charity and they have created a great resource for those self‐isolating who feel anxious about it. Their main website has other useful links and information about how and where to access other support.
You can also access support from the NHS. Visit their website to find out what support is available and how you can access it. The NHS also provides a list of mental health support services for young people, within your local area (type in your postcode to generate a list of support available near you). NHS 5 steps to mental wellbeing.
And finally, the Samaritanshas a helpline you can call at any time. Tel: 116 123 (UK) or 116 123 (ROI), 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year.
Being resilient is a critical skill for a successful career and for life and is more important than ever in the current pandemic.
Read our guide to developing resilience.
St George's alumna on supporting wellbeing and staying active in the workplace
Wellbeing and mental health tips for readjusting to student life post-Covid-19 reality
Preparing for Practice: A handbook for final year students (PDF), adapted for St George's from a publication produced by Queen's University Belfast
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