NUS tăng cường chăm sóc sức khỏe tinh thần cho sinh viên

Thứ sáu, 05/11/2021, 09:37 GMT+7

For students, adjusting to campus life in a top university and navigating the transition to adulthood can be stressful. For staff, heavy workloads and tight teaching schedules can be hard to cope with.

Add the COVID-19 pandemic into the mix and the pressure intensifies as boundaries between professional and personal lives are blurred with remote work or classes, online collaborations posing difficulty, a sense of isolation increases due to social gathering restrictions, and mounting fears of uncertainty.

Recognising the growing stress levels, NUS has been stepping up efforts to promote mental and emotional well-being in both its staff and students.

The upcoming initiative: NUS Well-Being Day.

On 5 Nov, NUS will shut down to recharge as a community. Held a day after the Deepavali public holiday, staff and students will get a long weekend to reconnect with family and enjoy time away from school and work.

“Amid the challenges brought on not least by COVID-19, I am proud to see the NUS community come together to make the best of our circumstances with grit and courage. We have done very well in the way we adapted to significant changes in the way we live, study, work and play, and I truly appreciate how each of you have stepped up to the plate in order to keep our campus safe and healthy,” said NUS President Professor Tan Eng Chye.

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