Perhaps more than ever, the faculty members are talking to students about mental health. Teachers feel a responsibility towards students who are suffering and welcome better compulsory training on the subject, according to a COVID-19-Era report of the University Christie School of Public Health, the Mary Christie Foundation and the healthy minds network. .

At the same time, many members of the faculty report suffering from some of the same health challenges that their students do: almost 30 percent of teachers surveyed report that they have two or more symptoms of depression.

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