Carleton University is launching its Mental Health and Well-being Research and Training Hub (MeWeRTH)—composed of researchers, students and community partners with a shared interest in mental health, well-being and resilience. MeWeRTH is a virtual space housed within the Department of Psychology, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.

When: Thursday, Dec. 10 from 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.

To celebrate its official launch, MeWeRTH will be hosting a virtual hub showcase. The theme for the showcase is “Translating Mental Health and Well-being Research: Being Well Amid COVID-19.” Hub members will present their research and discuss how it can be applied to daily life to stay well amidst the pandemic.

Especially during these times, it is critical to translate research in a way that is accessible and usable to improve the daily lives of our community. Topics include solitude, gambling, the benefits of urban greenness on depression and sleep quality, using nature to cope, work-life balance and substance use.

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