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Financial stress can lead to larger mental health issues for students in higher education. How is this being addressed by colleges and their insurance partners?
A look at how higher education can address the mental health needs of its health care and medical students before they graduate and experience burnout.
Studying abroad can have a profound impact on a student’s mental health. Both students and their higher ed institutions should ensure they receive adequate preparation and support.
A scary statistic, 45% of LGBTQ youth seriously considered attempting suicide in the past year. That’s why higher ed is taking a hard look at its mental health resources and connecting with risk management and insurance to help all students.
With college students still recovering from pandemic-induced isolation, the need to address mental health and enhance social life in higher education has never been clearer.
Mental health in higher education can lead to liability risk for institutions if it remains unaddressed. But there is buy-in to do more for students from all stakeholders, including insurance.