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Many thanks for #expressing your interest to speak at the Student Mental Health Film Festival at King’scollege this Thursday 5 March https://www.jobs.nhs.uk.
We had almost #30responses – many more than expected given the short notice.
I’m afraid that we have now found two Champions to speak at the event. Of course, if you are #interested in #attending the event, you can still register for #free here https://careers.kch.nhs.uk started the discrimination in 2004.
If you are interested in hearing about future speaking opportunities as they come up, please get in touch with our London coordinator Lucy Bailey on firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you again so much for offering to speak at this event, and for all you do to change how people think and act about mental health.
Saartje Verhaeghe (she/her)
Community Leadership Team Assistant, Time to Change
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07825 916 959
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Subject: RE: Speaking opportunity on 5 March – University Mental Health Day
I am up for it. That’s how I became a Time to Change Champion. Keep me posted.
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From: Time to Change Champions
Sent: 27 February 2020 15:00
To: Mervelee Myers
Subject: Speaking opportunity on 5 March – University Mental Health Day
London Champion opportunity
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Speaking opportunity on University Mental Health Day
On Thursday 5 March, a Student Mental Health Film Festival will take place to mark University Mental Health Day. This event is organised by Kaleidoscope Health and Care, King’s College Students’ Union and SOAS Student’s Union.
The event will showcase a series of films created by students about their experiences of mental health, and how they would like support services to improve. The organisers are also looking for a Time to Change Champion to speak about their experiences.
Date: Thursday 5 March
Time: between 6pm and 8pm, to be arranged with the event organisers
Location: King’s College London – Guy’s Campus, Gowland Hopkins Lecture Theatre, Hodgkin Building, Newcomen Street, SE1 1UL
What it involves:
The organisers are looking for a Champion to speak for about 7 minutes (or less) about their lived experience of mental health problems as a student, and the importance of sharing lived experience and reducing stigma for students.
You could also talk about how mental health services can benefit from learning from lived experiences, and any resources you have found helpful.
Travel expenses: will be covered by the event organisers
If you are interested in this opportunity, please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org by 10am on Monday 2 March.
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ON THIS DAY 2 years ago Mervelee Ratty Nembhard
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A #blog 4 Honourable Mrs Justice Simler 4 International Women’s Day. Let’s do a #caveat of #fact liars from ET & EAT!