Health Education Workshops

The health education goals of the workshops are to promote self-care, stimulate better health awareness, and foster a vibrant and safe campus community for USF student academic success and retention. We encourage faculty who will be traveling to a conference, are out sick, or offering extra credit for their students to schedule a workshop with our office. Staff and students can also request workshops for their groups.

The health education topics include, but are not limited to Healthcare 101, Healthy Relationships, R.E.M.O.T.E. Learning, Nutrition Education, Road to Resilience, Stress Management, and Tobacco and E-Cigarettes 101. Please fill out the form below to schedule a workshop. We will do our best to accommodate your request. If you do not hear from us or have questions, please contact us at hps@usfca.edu.

In addition, Health Promotion Services, in collaboration with CAPS and Human Resources' GoUSF, offers a free training called QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) Suicide Prevention training. Learn more about how to become a certified Gatekeeper

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In this workshop, students will learn about responsible drinking tips and upstander strategies. 
In this workshop, students will gain a clear understanding of how to access healthcare at USF while away from home.
We offer nutrition workshops on a variety of topics, such as nutrition basics, eating healthy on a budget, and proper nutrition fueling. These workshops build on the essential steps for developing a healthy eating pattern that matches students goals, lifestyle, and preferences. 
During this time of remote learning and working we must learn to become adaptable in our new environments and surroundings. In this workshop, you will learn: the 6 Essentials Actions (R.E.M.O.T.E.) for thriving in our new environments, how to use adversity to your advantage, how to focus on your “controllables” and how to avoid the negative hypothetical traps.
 
A person who is resilient has the ability to succeed in the day-to-day demands of school, work, and relationships. Physical, mental, emotional, and social resiliencies are the 4 different types discussed during this virtual workshop. Come learn ways to implement at least one type of resiliency for daily living.
In this workshop, students will learn strategies on how to manage their stress. 
In this workshop, students will learn about the USF tobacco-free and e-cigarettes policy in an effort to promote a safe and healthy learning and work environment for the USF community.