Marie Curie Alumni Association Newsletter focussing on Researcher Mental Health
The Decmber 2022 MCAA Newsletter is a Special Issue on Mental Health in Academia and features some of the people active within our ReMO COST Action:
- Rebecca Power talks about how productivity pressures, power dynamics and toxic work environments can be detrimental to our mental health, and what collective action can be taken to address that: https://www.mariecuriealumni.eu/newsletters/33rd-mcaa-newsletter/special-issue-mental-health-academia-problems-postdoc
- A ReMO Ambassador, Simone Lackner, gives a personal account about how she is working to to create a collective, a safe space for discourse and develop interventions that improve well-being in academic research culture with impact on organizational policies: https://www.mariecuriealumni.eu/newsletters/33rd-mcaa-newsletter/special-issue-mental-health-academia-when-academic-dream-turns
- Jana Lasser and Stefan Mol describe how ReMO wants to drive change with data and realize the largest ever benchmark of researcher mental health in Europe: https://www.mariecuriealumni.eu/newsletters/33rd-mcaa-newsletter/special-issue-mental-health-academia-driving-change-data-preparing
Federica Bressan published an article in EuroScientist
13/12/2021: Federica Bressan published an article "New Podcast on Mental Health in Academia" in EuroScientist.
Katia Levecque and Gábor Kismihók interviewed in Nature Career Feature on Researcher Mental Health
28/06/2021: Katia Levecque and Gábor Kismihók are interviewed in the current issue of Nature on how the mental health of graduate students is sorely overlooked, Mental health of graduate students sorely overlooked.
The ReMO COST Action on Researcher Mental Health is funded by the COST Association with support from the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme of the EU under the project number CA19117.