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By Breeonne Baxter on June 14, 2018
UBC Health Promotions is bringing back the three-part Learn to Meditate course this summer. These sessions, designed for the working environment, are for those both new and experienced in the world of mindfulness meditation. Participants will learn to cultivate personal resilience, discover techniques to reduce and manage stress and gain confidence to practice meditation and mindfulness.
By Melissa Lafrance on February 2, 2017
The 30-Day Mindfulness Challenge is an innovative and evidence-based online training for UBC staff and faculty looking to incorporate mindfulness into the workplace and in their everyday lives.
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By Breeonne Baxter on July 7, 2016
This month, we highlight two workplace wellbeing events for the UBC community. You can see our full list of courses this month in the Healthy UBC Newsletter.
The three-part Learn to Meditate series is back this summer! Instructor Wendy Quan will provide an introduction and basic concepts of meditation and mindfulness techniques. This three-session course, tuned for the working environment, is designed for those both new and experienced in the world of mindfulness meditation. For $35, you can learn to cultivate personal resilience, learn techniques to reduce and manage stress, and gain confidence to practice meditation and mindfulness. Register now.
Not Myself Today is a campaign focusing on helping workplaces achieve better understanding of mental health and reduce stigma. As part of Thrive 2016, the Not Myself Today campaign will be implemented within numerous departments for the second year. UBC departments can easily take part in the campaign during Thrive week (Oct 31 – Nov 4) using tools and resources to educate their staff and faculty. Join us to learn about the campaign and how your department can get involved, discover support tools and resources, and learn about mental health. Register now.
By Breeonne Baxter on March 3, 2016
UBC’s staff and faculty healthy activity funding program is accepting applications for 2016. The Healthy Workplace Initiatives Program (HWIP) is a fund available to UBC departments and units to support grass-roots activities that promote wellbeing in the workplace.
The program provides start-up funds and support for health related, sustainable initiatives. Apply today to bring healthy activities and initiatives into your department. Applications close on April 15, 2016. Learn more at our HWIP Funding page.
If you have any questions regarding HWIP, please contact Miranda Massie, Health Promotions Coordinator.
By Breeonne Baxter on November 12, 2015
For the HR community of practice
In our last HR Studio on Nov. 4, several attendees requested more information on how they can support faculty with their mental health. We have a list of resources compiled by Miranda Massie, HR Health Promotion Coordinator. Please share this with your faculty and with staff who support faculty.
If you would like to schedule a session in your unit to learn more about mental health resources for faculty, please contact Miranda Massie.
If you or your faculty are concerned about a student’s wellbeing, you can use the Early Alert system. You can also assist a student who is in distress. If you have immediate safety concerns for yourself or others, call 911, then call Campus Security at 604-822-2222.