The Boston University School of Public Health (BUSPH) partnered with the Mary Christie Foundation (MCF) and the Healthy Minds Network (HMN) to pilot a survey aimed at understanding faculty members’ perspectives on the current state of student mental and behavioral health. The survey was funded by the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation.
Findings address faculty’s perceptions of student mental health needs, faculty’s experiences supporting students, as well as the need for institutional resources to address both student and faculty mental health. This study is grounded in the idea that higher education faculty are increasingly involved in responding to student mental health concerns.
The Role of Faculty in Student Mental Health
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