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Julian believes that building healthy campuses requires holistic and participatory action led by students. Through social media, awareness campaigns, Peer Health Outreach Networks, mental health training, discussion forums, and online education opportunities, HCSK will promote and advance student wellness in post-secondary institutions across the province.

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Healthy Campus 2020

There are four components of Healthy Campus Infrastructure, Cornerstone, Community, and Culture , accessible to institutions regardless of size, structure, or resources. When not at work, Julian spends her time nurturing her sourdough starter, gardening, and exploring mosses on nearby hiking trails. She also enjoys taking walks along the Saskatchewan river and taking photos of nature.

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Bev is passionate about mental health and wellbeing. Buffy Maetozo, Assistant Professor of KIN at JU, and Dr. The Audit Tool will help your campus assess where you are already meeting the Standard and where to focus some attention.

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The Healthy Campus 2020 committee is responsible for BeHealthyWMU, which aligns with the and the national. Exercise Is Medicine On Campus Silver Level Recognition From Bronze to Silver In June, JU increased from Bronze-level Recognition to Silver-level Recognition. The Jacksonville University campus will be known for cultivating an environment of wellness where positive health choices are a part of everyday life.

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HandsOn Jacksonville 2016 Tillie K. First Coast Worksite Wellness Council 2016 Healthiest Companies Silver Award The First Coast Worksite Wellness Council FCWWC , Inc. Pictured from left to right, Dr.

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It recognizes schools that provide access to quality healthcare and take a comprehensive, public health approach to promoting and protecting the health of every student. Jacksonville University was selected as an awardee in January 2016..

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She loves spending time with friends and family, especially her two granddaughters. Kevin Briggs shares his experiences while patrolling the Golden Gate Bridge as both an officer and a sergeant with the California Highway Patrol and includes his own personal story of physical and mental health challenges including recovery, military service, surviving the suicide of a loved one, divorce, and depression. The majority of students knew where to access mental and physical health services on and off-campus, and believed there was a good support system for students who were going through difficult times.

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