Improving mental health in universities needs structural reform, not cheap fixes, says Petra Boynton
It’s Friday. Just when you think the working week is over, your email pings. It’s a reminder to complete a mood-assessment questionnaire.
Like many employers, your university has sent these regularly throughout the pandemic. Completing it will delay your escape, but failure to do so will result in reminders that stress you out. Whose benefit is this for, you wonder?