Virtual Health Fair & Online Assessments

Not able to attend the Travelling Health Fair? Visit our virtual health fair instead. Below you will find a variety of screenings, tools and resources to help you assess your current health status and make improvements towards a healthier self.

Kidney Health

Heart Health

Mental Health

  • Anxiety Disorders Screening Test: BC Partners for Mental Health and Addictions offers an anonymous online screening for anxiety.
  • Daylio mood tracking app: Record and track your moods over time using colourful charts and calendars in this free app.
  • Depression Screening Test: BC Partners for Mental Health and Addictions offers an anonymous online screening for depression.
  • Mental Health Meter: Reflect on your unique strengths and identify areas where your level of mental fitness could be improved to help you cope with all of life’s up and downs.
  • Mental Health Screening: This is a quick and anonymous way to find out if you should consider connecting with a family doctor or mental health professional.
  • Mental Wellbeing Screening Test: BC Partners for Mental Health and Addictions offers an anonymous online screening for overall mental wellbeing.
  • Risky Drinking Screening Test:The University of Victoria’s Centre for Addictions Research of BC provides an online Alcohol Reality Check.
  • Stress and Depression Risk Assessments (Sunlife): You must have a ‘mysunlife’ account. Log in and click on the ‘Wellness Centre’.
  • Stress Strategies: A decision-making tool for building and action plan to help reduce and manage stress.
  • What’s your Stress Index? The habits, attitudes and signs that can alert us to problems may be hard to recognize because they have become so familiar. Find your stress level right now by completing this test.
  • Your Life at Work: Gain insight into how you’re managing stress levels, and coping with the demands at home and work.  Receive a one-page report that can be actioned or shared with health professionals. (Globe and Mail and  Howatt HR).

Physical Health

Lung Health

Financial Health

Complementary & Holistic Medicine

Considering Complementary Medicine?
Clinics, organizations and practitioners that UBC Health and Wellbeing has used in the past include:

Spiritual &Emotional Health

  • What is Mindfulness? Understand how to use mindfulness in your life to assist with your personal wellbeing goals.  Find out about upcoming training and support programs.

Health Resources on Your Smartphone

  • 30 Days Challenge: Free app from the Heart and Stroke Foundation designed to provide information and support to reduce risk of heart disease and stroke.
  • Mindshift: A free app from Anxiety BC designed to help teens and young adults cope better with anxiety.
  • My EAP app: UBC’s EFAP provider, Morneau Shepell has a mobile app with information, support and practical solutions for work, health and life.
  • My Fitness Pal: A free app designed to make tracking calories and daily exercise easy!
  • my Sun Life Mobile: Submit claims, check coverage and manage your workplace savings.
  • Sworkit: Create personalized workouts based on interest, equipment, time and level.  Includes custom videos to help support you in your goals.
  • Waterlogged: A free app that helps you track your daily water intake and will even remind you to hydrate throughout the day with an alarm that sounds like running water.

Free Online Resources

If you like learning about your health on your own time, in your own way, then is for you. Find free access to articles, advice and learning opportunities through UBC’s Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP) provider, Morneau Shepell.

Last updated: February 2019