Behavioral Health Agreement

The SMHA summarizes everything the institution does to improve students` mental illness in a clear and easy-to-read document. The document can focus on a large number of topics identified by representatives of the student association and project management. It encourages staff to consider a number of improvements that could have a positive impact on the experience of staff and students and therefore actively collaborates in the evaluation of priority areas. Less than two SHAB companies are equal, the project covers the diversity of student needs and differences in institutions. If necessary, the agreements should also contain all other expectations necessary to meet other care transfer requirements. The development of an SMHA and a mental health strategy is now integrated into all agreements on the outcomes of higher education and university education and is therefore a necessary development for universities and universities. While the mental health strategy should include the institution`s objectives and objectives, the SMHA is an action plan of different workflows that will contribute to the achievement of the overall strategy. This could include, for example, a support plan, campaigns, policy review, staff training, peer support groups. Instead of the on-campus advisory or support team bearing the burden of work, the project aims to create an institution-wide approach. Everyone within the institution has a role to play and different departments can advance separate areas of work. NUS Scotland has been hosting the Student Mental Health Agreement (SMHA) project since 2015 as part of the Think Positive campaign.

The project brings together the student physician association and the university to work together on mental health initiatives on campus. Last year, almost a quarter of a million students in Scotland were positively influenced by their institution, which developed a student mental health agreement! Care coordination agreements are effective tools for presenting the responsibilities of participating providers, facilities and services.