Staff health and wellbeing

The University is committed to helping employees stay well. On this page you'll find a range of information and resources to support your mental health and wellbeing. 

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Employee Assistance Programme

The University's Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) is provided by Innovate Healthcare and delivered by their EAP partner CiC. The service offers free, confidential advice and emotional, psychological and practical help, for a wide range of personal and work-related issues.

Access this free resource

Health awareness campaigns

Our campaigns promote mental health and wellbeing topics on a regular basis to our University community. 

World Mental Health Day

10 October 2022

Menopause Awareness Month

October 2022

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October 2022

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World Suicide Prevention Day

World Suicide Prevention Day 2022 is on Saturday 10 September. This year’s theme is Creating Hope Through Action, which aims to empower people with the confidence to engage with the complexity of hope.

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24/7 online support from togetherall

The University has partnered with togetherall to provide employees with access to 24/7 online support. togetherall is a digital mental health support service which is completely anonymous – so you can express yourself freely and openly.

Features include

  • Professionally trained online guides monitoring the community​
  • A wealth of useful resources and tailored self-help courses​
  • The ability to form your own groups or one-to-one chats

Find out more about togetherall

Preventing and tackling gender based and sexual violence

At the University of Stirling, we are committed to taking all steps in our power to prevent and tackle gender based and sexual violence in all its forms - including rape and sexual assault, harassment, stalking or coercive control. In partnership with the University of Stirling Students' Union, we want to encourage a culture of respect and create a university community that does not tolerate – and feels comfortable to challenge and report – gender based and sexual violence in Scottish society.

This website summarises our joint approach to this issue and provides information about support available for those affected by gender based or sexual violence, or those supporting a friend or colleague.

If you are concerned about a student

You can find a range of guidance and resources aimed at safeguarding students' wellbeing on our supporting staff to support students page. 

Useful resources

The Employee Assistance Programme has a range of online resources available for employees and their family members. You can access these at using the login details below:

  • username: StirlingU
  • password: wellbeing


Other external resources include: