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Exploring the relationship between Student Well-Being, Identity and University Culture (SWIC Study

Research and Reviews in Psychology.

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Exploring the relationship between Student Well-Being, Identity and University Culture (SWIC Study

It is estimated that 27% of UK university students self-re- port a mental health problem, 15% report suicidal ide- ation and 3% report attempting suicide (Universities UK, 2017). The WHO World Mental Health Surveys International College Student Project (2018) reported disorder prevalence was associated with female gender, parents who were not married or deceased, no religious affiliation, graduating bottom 70% of their high school class, having primarily extrinsic reasons for going to uni- versity, nonheterosexuality, transgender/other, ethnic minority groups. However, there is lack of research into whether similar patterns of mental health inequality is present in the UK university student population

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