CANCELLED: Why We're Not Done Talking About Mental Health

Fellowship Event

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Sir Duncan Rice Library, University of Aberdeen

  • Health & wellbeing

Please note this event has been cancelled.

 

Based on the RSA approach to evolving circumstances surrounding the worldwide Coronavirus outbreak, all in-person events up until 15 April 2020 (RSA Public, Fellowship and Rawthmells events) are being cancelled, postponed or, where possible, being held online. We will be in touch with anyone who is registered to attend an affected event. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused. 

 

For up to date information about the RSA response, please check our Coronavirus update page.

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