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    Supporting Graduate Student Mental Health and Well-being: Evidence-Informed Recommendations for the Graduate Community
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    Council of Graduate Schools
    Thursday, April 29, 2021
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    A growing body of evidence indicates that mental health challenges are common among graduate students. Unfortunately, many barriers exist to effective support and care. Beginning in 2019, CGS and The JED Foundation undertook a project to create an evidence base to inform future policies, programs and resources. Below are the results of that project, including the report, "Supporting Graduate Student Mental Health and Well-being: Evidence-Informed Recommendations for the Graduate Community."

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