Dear All,

On behalf of the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), the Vice Chancellor’s Office, my supervisors, the Graduate School, School of Health Sciences and Student Union at the University of Nottingham, RAMHHE Planning Committee members, RAMHHE volunteers and myself, I want to thank you for supporting the RAMHHE campaign and conference.

A big thank you to those who took time out of your busy schedules to attend and participate in the conference and for those who were not able to attend, thank you for supporting us. Your support in the last three months kept the campaign alive and contributed to a successful RAMHHE conference.

Thank you so much to those who chaired the group sessions and a huge thank you to all the speakers. The audience were moved, inspired and motivated by your speeches, lived experiences and interventions for promoting better mental health in higher education.

As this was the first RAMHHE conference, it is important for us to know what your opinions are about the pre and post conference activities. Therefore, we would ask that you please visit to complete the Evaluation Form.

Also, please share your slides (Workshop sessions and Speakers) with me, so that I can email to RAMHHE conference attendees and include your contributions in my speech at the Houses of Parliament and other future public engagement activities.

Finally, please visit to submit your Blogs on mental health, wellbeing and recovery, keep up with future RAMHHE events and stay informed about other global mental health events.

I look forward to meeting you all again.

With gratitude,
Josephine NwaAmaka Bardi
ESRC PhD Student, Mental Health and Wellbeing
Conference Organiser/Founder of the Raising Awareness of Mental Health in Higher Education (RAMHHE)
And also on behalf of the Planning Committee members

Professor David Greenway, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Nottingham
John Atherton, Pro Vice Chancellor; Dean of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Nottingham
Joanne Lymn, Head of School, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, the University of Nottingham
Professor Paul Crawford, Professor of Health Humanities, the University of Nottingham
Dr Stephen Timmons, Associate Professor in Healthcare Innovation, the University of Nottingham
Dr Nicola Wright, Assistant Professor in Mental Health, the University of Nottingham
Anne Felton, Associate Professor, Mental Health and Social Care, the University of Nottingham
Helen Laverty, Professional Lead Learning Disability Nursing, the University of Nottingham