Wellness & Recognition
Living well at U of L
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Support and Resources
With the recent novel Coronavirus outbreak, global populations are on alert causing reactions among general populations from lower risk countries including Canada.
To help, we've put together some resources from our Health and Saftey department, Workers' Compensation Board (WCB) and Homewood Health on how to help employees and family members who may have questions or possible anxiety as a result of the recent outbreak.
Feel free to distribute as you please.
Latest news on COVID-19 - Risk and Saftey Services U of L: https://www.uleth.ca/risk-and-safety-services/covid-19
Workers' Compensation Board (WCB): https://www.wcb.ab.ca/ (for more information on WCB and COVID-19)
Homewood Health: Coronovirus (COVID-19) Managing the Impact
Your colleagues and friends at the Department of Kinesiology want to encourage you to stay physically active and mentally well at home. The Stretch and Strengthen exercises were developed for U of L employees at work, but they are great for home as well. Please email email@example.com for more great new ideas on staying active at home during this time.
Basic Ergonomic Tips when Using Your Laptop - from Anderson Ergonomics
How to do your own Ergonomic Self-Assessment
Lunch & Learn- Managing Stress & Mental Health
We realize this is a session that would be really helpful right now so we are in discussion about how to bring this to you using another format. Please watch for a new date for this lunch and learn. This month's Wellness Lunch and Learn on 'Managing Stress and Mental Health' will feature guest speaker Dawn Lorraine McBride, Ph.D., registered psychologist and associate professor in Counselling Psychology at the University of Lethbridge.
Health Check for U
POSTPONED until Fall 2020. Stay tuned for more info next semester!
Wednesday's this semester from 8 to 10 a.m.
Available on campus and only takes 15 mins out of your day.
How old is your heart?
- Get an overall assessment of your health
- Find out the risk of having a stroke or heart attack in the next 10 years