Jun 052019
 June 5, 2019  Posted by  Healthcare, Non-U.S., Online, Youth & Schools

Meanwhile…. from back on the road that is paved with good intentions but goes to the wrong place, Camilla Turner reports:

Universities are to trawl through students’ social media to look for signs that they may be suicidal, as part of a new project funded by the higher education watchdog.

The new scheme, backed by the Office for Students (OfS), is aimed at reducing suicide rates and identifying students in crisis by harvesting data on individuals.

Northumbria University, which is leading the three year project, will design and pilot an “Early Alert Tool” which, if successful, could be rolled out at all British institutions.

Read more on The Telegraph.

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