Health & Wellness Center Advisory Board (HCAB)

April 14, 2021
by Jaclyn Lo
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Wellness Education Week 2021

 

Wellness Education Week 2021:

Monday, April 19th to Friday, April 23rd

Click here for 2021 Calendar of Events!

Click here for BMC Community Virtual Scrapbook!

Look forward to speakers, workshops & de-stressers throughout the week!

 

An exciting upcoming event to keep on your radar is Wellness Education Week from Monday, April 19th to Friday, April 23rd! The goal of Wellness Education Week is to bring the community together around promoting health and wellness practices and building community on-campus (especially with the beautiful Spring weather!). Wellness is a holistic component of health, and wellness practices support all parts of health, including mental, spiritual, and physical health. Two off-campus speakers will join us to discuss various topics relating to wellness with a focus on mental health. The Health & Wellness Center Advisory Board (HCAB) is also planning various activities and asynchronous activities for the community to participate in. This will be a wonderful event and we are so grateful for the collaboration and support of the Health & Wellness Center, President’s Office, Dean’s Office, and Pensby Office!

April 4, 2021
by Kathy Zhang
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Support Space Georgia Shooting

Tragedy in Atlanta that resulted in painful loss, anger, and fear speaks to the rise in anti-Asian hate crimes that increased during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are devastated and hurt and understand that the coming days will be difficult, for some more than others. Here is a space for those who may need it.

March 29, 2021
by Kathy Zhang
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Meet & Greet with the Health & Wellness Center

Get to know the Health & Wellness Center staff (virtually!) in a relaxed setting & review the services and resources offered and how to access them! Prizes for the top 2 Kahoot winners each session! 

Two sessions are being held:

Wednesday, March 31st from 7:00-8:00 PM

Wednesday, April 7th from 4:00-5:00 PM

NEW LINK!

https://brynmawr-edu.zoom.us/j/95071785716?pwd=eXBCajNHRFJPT2YyRWorb1czL205UT09

Meeting ID: 950 7178 5716

Passcode: 151891

March 3, 2021
by Jaclyn Lo
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AuraTracker for COVID-19 Testing!

Message from Beth Kotarski, DNP, CRNP, BMC Medical Services Director:

Thank you for continuing to make your COVID-19 testing a priority. Our testing company, GenetWorx, is now performing the anterior nasal swabs (similar to the tests conducted in the fall) and this should provide a more comfortable testing experience going forward.

Genetworx did ask that, if you haven’t done so already and if it is possible for you, please download the free Aura app prior to your next testing appointment. You can find the app in the Apple App Store or in Google Play (see https://auratracker.org/ for links). Having the app ready when you come in for testing will vastly improve the flow and speed of your testing experience.

Thank you in advance for all that you are doing to keep yourself and the campus safe.

 

February 20, 2021
by Whitney Rigodon
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Counseling Groups & Workshops Feedback Form

From Counseling Services:

Help us help you! We’d love to get your feedback about groups! Fill out this survey to let us know what groups you would like to see, what times work best for you, and what has/hasn’t worked in previous semesters. Thanks for your thoughts!

 

https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=exFLyWNh_UeT-LgAGASubxYeJOAq3wNHgrG0Wcc3Gq9UNktFSzFMNE1YVVpTTTZWUzBZTzgyNDc1Qi4u

 

February 17, 2021
by Whitney Rigodon
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COVID-19 Best Practices

These prevention measures, together with vaccination, offer the best protection from getting and spreading COVID-19.

Take steps to protect yourself and others from COVID19 while you are waiting your turn for vaccination:
• Wear a mask over your nose and mouth.
• Stay at least 6 feet away from others.
• Avoid crowds.
• Avoid poorly ventilated spaces.
• Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.

Information Provided By: CDC – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.