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last modified Sep 09, 2015 04:00 PM

Our fury friend 'Horace' belongs to the charity SANE and with his help the Clinical School want to get people talking about mental illness. Through the Raising Mental Health Awareness Programm the School have put together some helpful information webpages on a number of topics:

·         Stress
·         Anxiety
·         Depression
·         Mindfulness
·         Relaxation.
·         Stop Suicide Campaign

Please click here for more information.

Horace will be visiting the Rosie, ATC, Clinical School, CRUK and MRC (LMB) over the next few weeks so make sure you stop by and say hi!

 

 

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