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RSA @ Impact Hub Birmingham: Mental Health and Wellbeing

Fellowship Event

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Impact Hub Birmingham

  • Health & wellbeing
  • Fellowship

Join us at Impact Hub Birmingham for the last of our RSA @ Impact Hub sessions in this series. Poor mental health is one of the biggest challenges facing our society today and at the RSA we’ve been exploring the detail.

This event provides an opportunity to hear from practitioners in the West Midlands and reflect on mental health and wellbeing where you live and work. 

We’ll hear from the RSA’s Emma Lindley Intern, Tom Harrison, on our RSA/OPSN research that highlights the value of using government and public service data to identify trends and challenges. Tom will highlight how we turned data into information; he’ll focus on the West Midlands and offer thoughts on what we can do with this new and publicly available information.

We have opened up the two remaining speaking slots and welcome contributions from RSA Fellows: If you have something to share on the topic of mental health and wellbeing, please email Richard Pickford for more information about how to apply.

Each speaker will talk for up to ten minutes before we have an opportunity to reflect. This period of reflection will be followed by time to ask questions, offer links and suggest actions from all those present.

Please register in advance to attend this free event: click 'Book Now' above.

This event is part of an experiment to bring RSA ideas and Fellows together with Impact Hub Birmingham and its members to explore important topics and interesting ideas in a relaxed setting.

If you have any questions, please contact Richard Pickford: richard.pickford@rsa.org.uk

Location: Impact Hub Birmingham, Walker Building, 58 Oxford Street, Birmingham, B5 5NY

Further reading: Creating a wellbeing society - discover how our connections, mental health and wellbeing shape our society.

 

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