Tag Archives: mental health

#Whatsupwitheveryone has won the best social media & content at the design week awards

What's Up With Everyone

We’re very pleased to say that our research project What’s Up With Everyone has won Best Social Media & Content at the Design Week Awards! Congratulations to the WUWE team and all the young people who have been involved in the various phases of this exciting co-creative process! This 30-month research project explores how animated storytelling might increase mental health literacy in

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Full-Time PhD Studentship in Storytelling, Animation and Mental Health Literacy

We are currently inviting applications for a fully-funded 3-year PhD studentship, based in the School of Design and Creative Arts at Loughborough University. The studentship is based within the Storytelling Academy which conducts research into the application of storytelling in the key areas of health, environment, education and social justice. The studentship is linked to an Arts and Humanities Research

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New exciting project on mental health literacy of young people

Last month The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) announced an exciting 3 year research and industry collaboration which aims to discover whether or not animation can help improve the mental health literacy of young people. The project partners are the University of Nottingham, Loughborough University and LSE, Aardman, the Mental Health Foundation, and also Dr Dominique Thompson of Buzz

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