The coronavirus pandemic that has continued for over a year now has challenged the well-being and ability to cope of students in higher education. This has been reflected at the FSHS as a growing demand for mental health services and an increased need for low-threshold support. While the coronavirus pandemic is now showing signs of easing, the effects of restrictions on individual students may persist for a long time. During these exceptional times, students may have had difficulty coping, with many now requiring support to get back to their normal rhythm.
MieliChat can be accessed via Self
To support the well-being of students in higher education, the FSHS has opened a new chat service, MieliChat. The service is available from Monday to Friday (8 a.m. to 2 p.m.) and can be accessed via the Self online service.
MieliChat is the place to talk anonymously about your worries and get advice and support for your mental health and well-being.
MieliChat cannot be used to access patient records or make appointment bookings. For these matters, log on to SelfChat or call the national service number for general and mental health: 046 7101073.
MieliChat will be available until the end of 2021 thanks to additional funding from the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health. The additional funding is intended for the enchantment of the wellbeing of Students in Higher Education during the coronavirus pandemic.