In the Jesuit tradition that is faith does justice, HPS staff, based on the harm reduction model, will strive to inform, educate, provide, assess, and train USF students in ten health indicators: physical activity, nutrition, tobacco use, substance abuse, responsible sexual behavior, mental health, injury and violence prevention, environmental quality, immunization, and access to health care. These ten health indicators reflect the major health concerns in the United States for college students and were selected on the basis of their ability to motivate action, the availability of data to measure progress, and their importance as public health issues.
The UCSF Thalassemia outreach program will be attending our health fair on Mar 24 to offer an internship and resources. Read the letter written by the senior outreach coordinator and apply by April 10.
Check out what HPS is doing this Spring, and come to our events or get involved.
Students can sign up for a free chair massage, ask questions about our services and programs, and receive free giveaways at the Health Promotion Services table.