The UK National Healthy Universities Network was established in 2006 and aims to offer a facilitative environment for the development of a whole university approach to health and wellbeing. In addition to virtual networking, Network meetings with themed workshops are held twice a year. The next one is scheduled for:
14 November 2013 - City University, London incorporating themed session on healthy and sustainable food
A report and presentations from the last meeting (incorporating themed session on physical activity) held on 16 May 2013 are available.
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From 2009-2012, the University of Central Lancashire and Manchester Metropolitan University (working together with the Royal Society for Public Health and the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education and partnered by Leeds Trinity University College, Nottingham Trent University, Teesside University and the University of the West of England) jointly led a HEFCE-funded project, Developing Leadership and Governance for Healthy Universities. This project enabled the Network to be strengthened and for this website and the Healthy Universities Toolkit to be developed. The Final Report and Executive Summary Report from the project are now available.
This section of the site contains resources for universities that are interested in taking the initial steps towards a whole university approach to health and wellbeing.
Green League 2013 Table - 12/06/13
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Healthy Universities Newsletter - Issue 5 - 03/06/13
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Welsh Student Driking Social Norms Study - Journal Paper - 24/05/13
An open access (freely downloadable) article by Grahm Moore ...
Simon Fraser University, Canada - Healthy Campus Community Initiative and Video - 14/05/13
This initiative involves creating a campus that positively i...