Happy National Public Health Week! The Undergraduate Public Health Association has a week full of exciting events planned for you. Check them out and bring your friends!
National Public Health Week is next week, Monday, April 2 to Friday, April 6 and the Undergraduate Public Health Association has an exciting week planned for you all! Make sure to bring all your friends 🙂
Monday, April 2: Healthy Eating and Active Living Day
Stop by the GSU LInk for 5-minute yoga sessions! Learn how to get involved with other BU orgs like Running Club and Sargent Choice! Also keep a lookout throughout campus for signs that tell you how many calories you burned walking to the GSU, CAS, and Sargent from West, South, or East!
Tuesday, April 3: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs Day
“Speed Date with Drug Experts” – GSU Academy Room, 8PM
This FREE mocktail event sponsored by Students for Sensible Drug Policy will host Dr. Kathleen Kantak, professor of psychology at BU for a stimulating conversation complete with delicious drinks!
Wednesday, April 4: Communicable Diseases Day
“You, Me, and STIs: Everything You Need to Know About Sexually Transmitted Infections” – STH B19, 6:30PM
Join Dr. Rebecca Perkins, BUMC gynecologist, Ariel Watriss, Fenway Health, and Marion McNabb, DrPH Candidate BUSPH to discuss the national and local scope of STIs and what you need to know about getting tested.
Free HIV Testing – CGS, 10AM-2PM
Thursday, April 5: Reproductive and Sexual Health Day
Stop by the GSU Link for free condoms and an interactive map of reproductive and sexual health rights in your home state.
“(Sex)abled: Disability Uncensored” – CGSA, 6:30PM
A 15 – minute film by the UC Berkeley Disabled Students Union which focuses on the intersectionality of sexuality and disability.
Friday, April 6: Mental and Emotional Well-Being Day
Join us for a Stress Buddy workshop hosted by the Student Health Ambassadors for stress management tips and tools.
All our events are free and open to the public so make sure to bring all your friends! If you have any further questions, feel free to post on the wall or e-mail us at email@example.com.
[Events planned in collaboration with Project Hope, Students for Sensible Drug Policy, Unite for Sight, CGSA, and SHA]
For more information, visit our facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/events/193210764126828/