In light of current developments relating to the corona crisis, the challenges we face in a globalized and connected world become all the more apparent. EUniWell is active in research on health and well-being to help cope with the severe and multifold impact of the corona crisis on our collective and individual well-being and societal development. Also, find here our regularly updated blog.
Recent protests to end anti-black racism have heightened awareness of the structural roots of racism and its persistence in societies all over the globe.
A scientific study by the University of Cologne identifies challenges and stresses faced by nursing staff during the Corona pandemic from the point of view of care managers. It also illustrates why there are nevertheless some reasons for optimism.
by University of Cologne
A study coordinated by the University of Florence is shedding light on species diversity and distribution across our continent, providing the basis for assessing the health of butterfly populations and their ability to cope with the effects of climate change.
The support system for research, development and innovation at Semmelweis University has been renewed and strengthened. The objective underlying the tasks of the existing and newly formed organisational units is to increase the quality, efficiency, volume and yield of scientific activities at the…
EUniWell invites you to the first Good Practices Symposium on Student Well-Being! Register now and join us online from 30 September to 1 October to learn how students and staff from our 7 partner universities are working to improve student well-being.
The Italian Ministry for Education, University and Research supports eight COVID-related research projects, either led or co-led by the University of Florence.
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