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Keynote- Practice Makes Policy: Creating Policy that Enables Well-being

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Jenna Omassi presented a keynote address at the Healthy Minds | Healthy Campuses Summit 2016. A challenge to health and well-being on college campuses is not only policy change, but the practices that fall under these policies. It is the positive change in practice that affects the success of well-being efforts, a step sometimes forgotten in policy development. This keynote focused on what policies affect student mental health and well-being on post-secondary campuses and the institutional barriers to creating practice that enables well-being.

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Keynote- Practice Makes Policy: Creating Policy that Enables Well-being

  1. 1. PRACTICE MAKES POLICY Creating Policy That Enables Wellbeing
  2. 2. ALMA MATER SOCIETY
  3. 3. WHERE TO START? POLICY CHANGE RECOGNIZE KEY FOCUS AREAS IDENTIFY LARGER ISSUES
  4. 4. WITHDRAWAL DEADLINES Can you fix a font here and I can add content in that pretty font?
  5. 5. STANDARDIZED SYLLABI Can you fix a font here and I can add content in that pretty font?
  6. 6. WHERE IS UBC AT NOW? WELLBEING AT UBC SENATE & ACADEMIC POLICY FRAMEWORK AD HOC COMMITTEE POLICY CHANGES INVESTMENT STAFF SERVICE MODEL CULTURE CHANGE CAMPUS ORGANIZATIONS MENTAL HEALTH NETWORK CLUBS & GROUPS
  7. 7. WHAT’S NEXT? IMPLEMENTATI ON WELLBEING AT UBC ADVOCACY
  8. 8. JENNA OMASSI AMS VP ACADEMIC & UNIVERSITY AFFAIRS vpacademic@ams.ubc.ca

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