Weekly Wellness News
DEADLINE APPROACHING: Register for the BHAC Summit
We want YOU to join us NEXT WEEK at our virtual health summit – Building Resilience! Register now and get inspired, network, advance your career and build health and well-being on campus at the Building Healthy Academic Communities Virtual Summit April 21 - 22, 2021. Topics include:
  • Resilience Through Partnerships
  • Long-term Impact of the Pandemic and What's Next
  • Building Health Equity
  • Mindfulness Teaching
  • Health Leadership from Chief Wellness Officers

Two-Day Registration is only $99!

Summit Wellness Workshop
Register today for our pre-conference workshop Building Wellness Cultures in Academic Institutions. Improve population health outcomes and a positive return on investment in this workshop. Learn strategies to build a comprehensive model and culture of well-being on your campus.You may add this to your summit experience with or without registration.
April Webinar
Did you miss our webinar Conducting a Campus-wide Influenza Campaign in the Era of COVID 19. Catch up with Lisa Quinn and Lisbeth Searing from Gannon University who presented steps to take when planning, implementing, and evaluating a university influenza vaccination campaign during the pandemic. Then, make sure to complete the survey for CHES continuing education credit.
Member Spotlight: COVID Vaccine
Last week, over 3,000 students were vaccinated on the West Virginia University campus! 🙌 💛💙 WVU has a COVID-19 vaccine form in which students sign-up and then are notified with information as doses become available.

And, this week, NPR released a story highlighting the COVID-19 vaccine policies that colleges and universities are developing, as we all plan for this fall.
Upcoming Event
Join Mantra Health and panelists Dr. Daniel Eisenberg (UCLA/Healthy Minds), Dr. Ben Locke (Penn State), and Dr. Leigh White (Michigan State) this Tuesday, April 20th at 3pm ET for a 60-minute panel discussion. Mantra Health integrates with your campus' counseling center to deliver evidence-based mental health care. In this webinar, a panel will discuss the latest data pertaining to telehealth campus services, creative ways to form hybrid models of care, the long-term viability of telehealth compared with traditional referral models, and how counseling centers can structure their holistic mental health offerings for the upcoming academic year.

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