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Healthy Minds | Healthy Campuses

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Transcript of Healthy Minds | Healthy Campuses

Our History
Healthy Minds | Healthy Campuses
Shaylyn Matiichine
Provincial Coordinator
shaylyn.streatch@cmha.bc.ca

Sarah Joosse
Knowledge Exchange and Social Learning Coordinator
sarah.joosse@cmha.bc.ca
Healthy Minds | Healthy Campuses
Canadian Mental Health Association, BC Division
Overview
About HM|HC
Snapshot: Student Experience
Our History
What We Do
How We Do It
Key Outcomes
Resources
Questions?
About Us
Snapshot:
The Student Experience
Our Structure
What We Do
Dialogue
Learning
Knowledge Exchange
We Facilitate:
Access to Resources & Approaches
Goal: Health
Domain:
Mental Health
Mechanism:
Community of Practice
Approach:
Health Promotion
"Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity."
-Preamble to the Constitution of the World Health Organization, Official Records of the World Health Organization, no. 2, p. 100
"The art of enhancing human capacities in the light of social complexity. It seeks to bring new ways of thinking, being and doing to social challenges in the world."
~Jean Houston Foundation
Key Outcomes
"The video is actually a
brilliant knowledge exchange tool
because it takes what can be on the surface to folks that haven’t done this work before seemingly complex and challenging work to grapple with, and
distills it to very simple concepts
and very simple ideas and
principles that can be applied in a very direct way
in our day-to-day work here in campuses."
"I have a sense of coming home to a
community
I didn't know I had. I feel
motivated
and
inspired
to share the experience of being welcomed, belonging, and
working together
to support healthy campuses with my college community."
Resources
Connect With Us
healthycampuses.ca
community.
healthycampuses.ca
@HealthyCampuses
healthycampuses.ca
@HealthyCampuses

How We Do It

As a result of the Summit:

I’ve learned about some really amazing initiatives already happening that I can lend my support to. I plan to work more collaboratively across institutions.
I have a renewed mind. My perspectives have changed and my inspiration to bring awareness and support to my campus is fired up and excited for the future.
I am more aware of work on many levels I think needs to start happening at my institution. But rather than being overwhelmed by the enormity of the task I'm inspired to get strategic, find allies, and work gradually and concretely
I have more ideas for student engagement and mediums to hear student voices.​
Calls to Action
The Charter has two Calls to Action for higher education institutions:
1
. Embed health into all aspects of campus culture, across the administration, operations and campus mandates.
2.
Lead health promotion action and collaboration locally and globally.
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