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The Nurture-U Wellbeing Toolkit

How to use the Wellbeing Toolkit

Video by Andrew Jubane, University of Exeter Student

('How-To' document also available here)

The Nurture-U Wellbeing Toolkit, run by i-Spero. 

We've developed a way for you to track how you feel over time,

and get tailored, campus-specific advice.

The Toolkit uses your information to find you the most relevant advice, specific to your campus and university.

It has been successfully used in the NHS and is being tested as part of the U-Flourish project
in Canada.

We have worked with our student advisers to make it easy-to-use and relevant to UK students.

We are testing this Toolkit to see if it’s useful. If it is, then we hope to make it available for everyone!

How does it work?

When you access the Toolkit, you will need to sign in and set up a password. You can then personalise it as you wish!


You can choose from many wellbeing related things to monitor (e.g., stress, sleep, mood, exercise), and how often to monitor these (daily, weekly, monthly).


You can also pick 'wellbeing plans' (e.g., relaxation techniques, joining social groups, university resources).  

You can note what you are doing to help yourself and schedule appointments.

Screenshot from Nurture-U Toolkit

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Each week the tool will ask you 16 brief questions to track your wellbeing. This will take less than 5 minutes to complete and will help us understand how student wellbeing changes over time.


Some further questions will be asked every six weeks to find out if the tool is helpful or not.

If you do this for a few weeks you can start to track how you feel over time, and what helps and hinders you feeling well!

Screenshot from Nurture-U Toolkit

The Wellbeing Toolkit is currently only running in Exeter.

It will launch in all Universities from October 2023 - Stay Tuned!

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