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Let’s be more aware!

Committee 2018-19:

President: Disha Ramjuttun

Vice President: Priyanka Gandhi

Secretary: Roshni Bahri

Treasurer: Sarmini Indramohan

Workshop Leads: Hannah Armstrong & Hannah Gillespie

Events & Publicity Officer: Shriya Subrahmanyam

Research Officer: Victoria Selwyn

Fundraising Lead: Dhiviya Ganeshalingam

Health & Safety Officer: Bethany Balachandran

Equality & Diversity Officer: Tarosha Jayasinghe

Union Council Rep: Sadian Choudhury

Who are we?

Headucate is one of the most active, innovative and exciting student societies at the University of East Anglia. It was created by a small group of medical students which has grown substantially to become one of the largest UEA societies. We host a variety of popular events throughout the year with the aim to raise mental health awareness and tackle associated stigma. As a society we openly welcome any student, from any course. We were voted 'New Society of the Year' in 2012/13 by the UEA student union. This is an exciting opportunity to meet new people whilst actively making a difference.

What are our aims?

  • Equip students to improve their own mental wellbeing
  • To raise awareness of mental health and a variety of disorders within the UEA community to be able to reduce stigma and help end discrimination of mental illnesses.
  • To raise awareness of mental health amongst children and teenagers through teaching and workshops
  • To gain new skills, help other people and make a difference and be able to add to your CV!

What do we do?

  • We provide our members with all the training evenings twice a year including teaching with a local GP, to be able to provide them with the skills to run our school workshops
  • Some of our most popular events throughout the year include Pets as Therapy, Art therapy and socials including the Pub Quiz!
  • During Mental Health Awareness Week, we hold fantastic and thought evoking talks with top- class speakers on issues surrounding psychiatry, neurology, psychology and mental health. Last year we were honoured to host Professor Tom Shakespeare and Mrs Harpreet Bassi.
  • In conjunction with our school workshops, we conduct research to show how effective they are and there are opportunities to get involved with posters to present at conferences

Contact us through various social media and attend our social media to find out!

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