The Student Mental Health Landscape: Mental Health Challenges, Evolving Preferences, and the Need for More Support

According to the results of a new survey by Wiley, an increasing number of students are facing emotional health difficulties. This is directly impacting on their educational challenges and preferences, with a growing need for hybrid methods of learning. And as the stigma around mental health is perceived to be decreasing, more students are seeking out professional help – a trend many see continuing into the next five years.

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