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Material Information

Title:
Health and Wellness Program Design and Outcomes: Be Well @ Oswego & Discover Wellness
Series Title:
Quest
Creator:
SUNY Oswego
Cranch, Jaylin ( Speaker )
Celestain, Nico ( Speaker )
Hall, Shannan ( Speaker )
Kmetz, Whitney ( Speaker )
Lauria, Kyle ( Speaker )
Publication Date:
Copyright Date:
2021

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Abstract:
Be Well at Oswego by Jaylin Cranch, Nico Celestain. Be well is a program developed to help students enhance their social, emotional, intellectual, and physical well-being. The program focuses on content dissemination and behavioral changes with the use of weekly peer coaching sessions. This presentation will discuss the program details and outcomes over the last two semesters. ( , )
Abstract:
Discover Wellness: A Worksite Health Promotion Program by Shannan Hall, Whitney Kmetz, and Kyle Lauria. Discover Wellness: Find a Healthier you is a worksite health promotion program supervised by Dr. Elizabeth Keida in the Department of Health Promotion and Wellness at SUNY Oswego. Discover Wellness was designed to bring a worksite wellness program to employees on the SUNY Oswego campus. With our university moving towards a wellness culture is it imperative for us to reach employees; a critical part of our campus community. The program aims to improve the overall health of the employees and reduce the risk of chronic disease which ultimately improves employee productivity. “Our mission is to create an inclusive wellness culture on campus. We aim to provide faculty and staff with opportunities to practice health and wellness-based initiatives on campus and also in their personal lives. These experiences will equip our faculty and staff with awareness, knowledge, and skills to advocate for a culture of healthy practices to promote chronic disease prevention and ultimately improve quality of life.”
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Collected for SUNY Oswego Institutional Repository by the online self-submittal tool. Submitted by Zach Vickery.

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SUNY Oswego Institutional Repository
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SUNY Oswego
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