Mental Health

New text messaging service to offer students in Sussex 24/7 mental health support

Graham Robson September 20, 2022

Young people who are anxious, stressed, depressed or overwhelmed can text the word SUSSEX to 85258 to be connected to a trained volunteer for a real-time text-based conversation and immediate mental health support.

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General News

Dementia patients wanted in Sussex

Gary Hart August 15, 2019

Dementia patients needed for new research into ways to rectify inequalities in care. Brighton and Sussex Medical School, run by Brighton and Sussex Universities, will follow 900 people over three years, as part of a national study DETERMIND.

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FRINGE PREVIEW: Pride to Youth: Drag it out

Ray A-J May 1, 2019

Kick off your Brighton Fringe Festival celebrations the right way – in 6 in stiletto heels with a mug beat for the gods, at the most glamorous cabaret around Pride to Youth: Drag it out.   ARE YOU READY for some giltz, glam, fashion and good old lip syncs? Honey, we’ve got you covered. Strut […]

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In The South

Healthy volunteers needed for M.E. research

Besi Besemar April 10, 2019

A research team at the neurosciences department of Sussex University are keen to recruit healthy controls for a study being carried out looking at the brain-body mechanisms of chronic pain and fatigue in those affected by Chronic fatigue syndrome and Fibromyalgia that affects a good number of LGBT folk.

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Community News

Students remember the young victims of Orlando massacre

June 15, 2016

Last night about 180 people attended a Vigil at the Old Steine, organised by the LGBT Q university societies from Sussex and Brighton Universities. Students from both universities, young people and allies held a moving vigil for the dead of Orlando massacre.

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