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Developing International Links


The main U3A Officers have requested that we share the following document with our members,

You can follow the link below to read  or download the document for printing. The document concerns the development of international links and provides details and contacts across other countries which also have U3A’s and would wish to contact like minded agencies.


Developing International Links

 Nottingham Trent University,

NTU want to run a social science based course for older learners.

Follow the link below for more information.


NTU Shared Learning Project

The monthly meeting speaker details as booked for 2017..    Information provided by:- Rupert Williams.

Dates for 2017

Speaker

Topic

February 14th

Colin Bower -

Lucky Breaks.

March  14th

Tony Waltham - .

The Sinking of Venice

April  11th

 Martin Perry -

history of the electric guitar as well as giving us a few musical examples.

May  9th

Mike Kelly -

My travels in Sudan

June  13th

Rowena Edlin-White.  -

Votes for Women - Nottingham suffragists & suffragettes.

July  11th

Graham Short   -

The Hand of Genius.

August  15th

BJU3A AGM


September 12th

Mike Storr -

Masters of Mirth.

October  10th

Emma Bravery -

"Swimming the English Channel "

November  14th

Christine Adams -

Moving House  - brick by brick - 100 miles away



Below may be of interest to U3A as a possible source of support for some members or their family or friends.


REBOOT Notts is a new fully online based study for people who have mild to moderate anxiety and/or depression. The study is comparing the effectiveness of information and online peer support through a website called the ‘Big White Wall’  with online information currently available from NHS Choices’ MoodZone. It is being run through The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC) East Midlands, at the University of Nottingham.

It is a large study (over 2000 participants) open to anyone residing in Nottingham City or County, over the age of 16 years who is suffering with mild to moderate depression and/or anxiety. People can self-refer and the study website includes an eligibility assessment. Anyone who appears to be too unwell to participate will be asked to give permission for us to inform their GP about their mood level. The study is comparing the clinical and cost effectiveness of an established, direct to public, peer support website (Big White Wall) versus information to aid self-management of depression and anxiety (NHS MoodZone).


The study website is www.rebootnotts.com