What do we really know about the mental wellbeing of black students at UK Universities? Video lay summary

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Title of lay summary What do we really know about the mental wellbeing of black students at UK Universities? Video lay summary
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Christine Budhan-Mills

Vetting Professional Dr Anja Harrison
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Black students

UK universities

Mental health



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Title of the original peer-reviewed published article: Mental health and mental well-being of Black students at UK universities: a review and thematic synthesis
Journal Name: BMJ Open
Page numbers (if applicable): 1-10
Year of publication: 2022

Nkasi Stoll

Yannick Yalipende

Stephani L Hatch

Heidi Lempp

Nicola C Byrom

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Original Article language: English
Article Type: Qualitative synthesis (or systematic review of qualitative studies)
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