Two-thirds say problems should be revealed in extreme circumstances, research finds
Two-thirds of students think mental health problems should be disclosed to their parents or guardians in “extreme circumstances”, according to research.
The yearly Student Academic Experience Survey, conducted by Advance HE and the Higher Education Policy Institute, asked students about mental health problems for the first time this year.
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