The WellBeing and WorkLife portfolio aims to empower all faculty and staff to achieve a high level of wellbeing and optimal functioning regardless of their health status.
The purpose of this website is to provide University of Calgary faculty and staff with a central repository of readily available information about the worklife and wellness services and resources available across the campus as well as in the greater Calgary community.
On this site, faculty and staff will find tools and resources to help them proactively manage their work and personal lives as well as help address emerging health and wellness concerns.
Diversity Week is an initiative to celebrate diversity and inclusion on University of Calgary campuses through a variety of events, open to all community members. The University of Calgary recognizes the importance of creating and maintaining a welcoming and inclusive environment for all members of the community. Diversity Week is a collaboration between multiple groups at the University of Calgary to highlight our shared commitment to inclusion and to spark conversations about inclusion and equity in the 21st Century.
Lunch and Learn - Eating on the Go
Mini Medical School - Vaccines
The Working Mind - Employee Workshop
The Working Mind - Manager Workshop
Lunch and Learn - Healthy Digesion - Crohn's and Colitis
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New: Chat function in Homeweb. After logging in, click on the "Need Help" icon in the bottom right corner of the screen, then select "Live Chat." Enter your name and email address into the fields and begin your confidential online session. Chat function is presently only available for initial intake only.
Eating well and regular exercise are important factors in maintaining a healthy body, but what do those actions mean for your mental health? This edition of Life Lines explores ways in which you can improve your mental health through exercise and eating nutritious foods.
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