Healthy Campus Saskatchewan will host a second in a series of webinars about the Standard.
Healthy Campus Saskatchewan will host a third in a series of webinars about the Standard.
Help us celebrate our students’ contributions to HCSK and say farewell to them.
Efforts to reduce alcohol-related harm in the campus context are most fittingly situated within health promotion-oriented initiatives to nurture community, increase literacy and attend to settings.
One way to ensure that peer outreach programs on post-secondary campuses are effective is to design and deliver them with a Motivational Interviewing (MI) approach in mind.
The aim of this presentation is to critically question and dialogue around the role alcohol plays in our society, our campuses, and our everyday lives.
Join us to hear a few brief presentations about current and potential projects that fit with HCSK’s work. There will be opportunities to share your ideas and what is important to you. Your input will help HCSK prioritize projects moving forward.
This webinar will consider the University of Saskatchewan (USASK) as a case study. In line with the sector nationally and internationally, there is an increasing number of students experiencing and reporting mental health challenges.
High stakes, lots of pressure, intricate problems and few resources – crisis situations challenge us to respond quickly, compassionately and creatively. But how do we retain the ability to think clearly when, the reality is, many of us are launched into crisis situations already tired and depleted?