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BHAC National Summit 2017

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  1. The State of Health & Wellness in Academic Institutions with an Emphasis on Mental Health and Best Practices

    Melnyk, Bernadette Mazurek

  2. #GetHeartChecked: Lessons Learned from Implementing an Initiative to Improve College Students' Cardiovascular Health

    Van Dromme, Laurel; Warren, Adam

  3. 2017 BHAC National Summit Agenda


  4. Implementing a Cost-effective, Comprehensive Employee Wellness Program (EWP) in a University Setting

    Lloyd, Lisa; Crixell, Sylvia; Bezner, Janet

  5. The Impact of Group Health Behavior Change Coaching on Physical Fitness and Related Psychological Outcomes

    Bezner, Janet; Lloyd, Lisa; Crixell, Sylvia

  6. Developing Partnerships Between Student Affairs and Graduate Programs in Mental Health Fields to Promote Campus-Wide Wellness

    Forest, Mark J.; Gibson, Sandy

  7. Evaluating Feedback on Workplace Physical Inactivity with Wellness Employees

    Green, Nicholas
    Excessive sitting, or too much physical inactivity, is a health risk to office workers. This study evaluated the effectiveness of quantitative feedback with university and healthcare office workers on workplace physical inactivity. A single-case design evaluated the effectiveness of various phases of education, feedback, and modified feedback for individual participants. Daily feedback improved physical activity for 4/8 participants. These results suggest that education alone is not effective and that consequence-based procedures are necessary to impact this behavior.

  8. Evaluating Feedback on Workplace Physical Inactivity with Wellness Employees

    Green, Nicholas
    Excessive sitting, or too much physical inactivity, is a health risk to office workers. This study evaluated the effectiveness of quantitative feedback with university and healthcare office workers on workplace physical inactivity. A single-case design evaluated the effectiveness of various phases of education, feedback, and modified feedback for individual participants. Daily feedback improved physical activity for 4/8 participants. These results suggest that education alone is not effective and that consequence-based procedures are necessary to impact this behavior.

  9. SHED Notes: No organization can thrive unless their people SHED!

    Dempsey, Kathy B.

  10. UC Riverside Healthy Campus Initiative

    Chobdee, Julie

  11. Informing Your Campus Smoke/Tobacco Free Policy: Addressing compliance challenges when enforcement options are limited

    Clift, Keavagh; Chobdee, Julie

  12. Analyzing Eating Choices, Headaches, and Stress Levels

    Pearce, Jennifer; Bic, Zuzana
    College students are a group of individuals especially prone to stress, tend to have poor eating habits, and most commonly report the head as a site of chronic pain. The perception of stress is one of the best predictors for headaches for college students; stress can influence appetite. This study aims to determine the eating styles, headache frequency, and stress levels among UC Irvine college students, explore any associations between these factors, and provide awareness of the possible role diet plays in the frequency and intensity of headache and stress for college students. This study utilizes an online survey, collecting a maximum of 1000 survey responses from college student...

  13. Analyzing Eating Choices, Headaches, and Stress Levels

    Pearce, Jennifer; Bic, Zuzana
    College students are a group of individuals especially prone to stress, tend to have poor eating habits, and most commonly report the head as a site of chronic pain. The perception of stress is one of the best predictors for headaches for college students; stress can influence appetite. This study aims to determine the eating styles, headache frequency, and stress levels among UC Irvine college students, explore any associations between these factors, and provide awareness of the possible role diet plays in the frequency and intensity of headache and stress for college students. This study utilizes an online survey, collecting a maximum of 1000 survey responses from college student...

  14. Over 50,000 Data Points: What Can Real-Time Student Mental Health Data Say About Your Campus

    Moen, Adam

  15. Combining Mental Health Treatment and Exercise is Medicine into an Integrated College Wellness Model: Whole Texans

    Moody, Shanna U.; Robertson, Stephanie

  16. Health Behavior Change Through Coaching: a Multi-Modal Approach

    Litton, Erin

  17. Using SMART Goals to Anchor Wellness Coaching

    Kommor, Paula; Benson, Patricia

  18. Creating Effective Wellness Challenges to Promote Behavior Change

    Mahin, Collisa R.; Hinte, Alicia; Fisher, Kayla; McIntosh, Mark

  19. Creating Effective Wellness Challenges to Promote Behavior Change

    Mahin, Collisa R.; Hinte, Alicia; Fisher, Kayla; McIntosh, Mark

  20. An Innovative Approach to Cultivating Healthy Academic Communities

    Kaylor, Sara K.; Johnson, Paige T.; Tyner, Lisa

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