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Where do we get the help that really counts? article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology

Where do we get the help that really counts?

When only one third of people with mental health symptoms access formal channels of support due to funding problems or stigma, is informal support from family and friends just as good? 

Article
10 mins
Physical activity for health and wellbeing in the caring role free course icon level 1: introductory icon

Health, Sports & Psychology

Physical activity for health and wellbeing in the caring role

Are you a carer? Or do you work with a carer, or know someone who one? This free course, Physical activity for health and wellbeing in the caring role, is designed to give an insight into the demands, both physically and mentally, of the caring role and look at how taking part in physical activity can offer benefits to the health and wellbeing ...

Free course
6 hrs
Advice on studying with a mental health condition video icon

Health, Sports & Psychology

Advice on studying with a mental health condition

What happens when you declare a mental health condition at university? Are there any concerns when it comes to studying with a mental health problem? Open University student, Patrice Belton, sheds some light in these videos.

Video
8 hrs 33 mins
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Society, Politics & Law

The Orlando killings were "a queerphobic attack"

It's vital to remember the motivation behind the mass killings in Orlando, says João Florêncio - but that doesn't mean stigmatising people with mental health issues, either.

Video
5 mins
Biological, psychological and social complexities in childhood development free course icon level 2: intermediate icon

Health, Sports & Psychology

Biological, psychological and social complexities in childhood development

This free course uses the case studies of Liam, Chloe and Lola to explore childhood development and some of the biological and psychological conditions that can affect children and young people. You will focus on asthma, intellectual and development disorders, depression and anxiety, and eating disorders.

Free course
12 hrs
Pum ffaith ryfeddol am ryw a'r pandemig article icon

Society, Politics & Law

Pum ffaith ryfeddol am ryw a'r pandemig

Mae rhyw yn golygu llawer o bethau i lawer o bobl. I gyplau, gall olygu chwant a phleser, hwyl a chyffro, ac, weithiau, rhwymedigaeth a dyletswydd. Pan fydd yn gweithio, mae'n wych.

Article
2 mins
Five surprising facts about sex and the pandemic article icon

Society, Politics & Law

Five surprising facts about sex and the pandemic

Sex is many things to many people. For couples it can be about desire and pleasure, fun and excitement, and sometimes obligation and duty. When it works it’s great.

Article
2 mins
Sex stats for the British population activity icon

Health, Sports & Psychology

Sex stats for the British population

There are lots of myths and misunderstandings about sex and it can be tricky to get to the truth. This easy to use interactive tool gives you access to robust data collected by Natsal-3, a survey collected from thousands of adults living all over Britain.

Activity
15 mins
Your Wellbeing MOT activity icon

Health, Sports & Psychology

Your Wellbeing MOT

Do you consider yourself to be healthy? Check out our interactive quiz where you will get feedback on your lifestyle, diet and physical activity.

Activity
10 mins
What is Open Thanatology? article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology

What is Open Thanatology?

Find out about Open Thanatology, The Open University’s interdisciplinary research group for the study and education of death, dying, loss and grief.

Article
14 hrs 15 mins
Engaging with our environment: what are the benefits? article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology

Engaging with our environment: what are the benefits?

How can a citizen science project, a guided community walk or a park visit help our wellbeing? This article explores how to engage with the outdoors.

Article
10 hrs 34 mins
A discussion on melanoma (skin cancer) as a teenager audio icon

Health, Sports & Psychology

A discussion on melanoma (skin cancer) as a teenager

Listen to three podcasts, with Jack Brodie and Dr Wendy McInally discussing young people aged 16 to 26 with melanoma (skin cancer).

Audio
20 mins