By Leslie Stewart, Heidi McKinley, and Jennifer Gess This case study addresses the human-animal interaction component of the One Health Framework and will equip students in the health professions with the knowledge necessary to analyze the potential health benefits of animal assisted therapy (AAT) and to understand the interdisciplinary application of AAT interventions to prevent […]
Q&A With Makenzie Peterson Why are wellbeing programs important in modern organizations and why are they especially important in health professions like ours? Historically, wellbeing programs have been utilized by organizations to help increase employee engagement and reduce health insurance claims and absenteeism. These wellbeing programs also generally focused only on incentivizing physical health initiatives […]
Over 60% of people who took part in the American Psychological Association’s “Stress in America” 2019 survey considered today’s political climate “a significant source of stress.” We know that the workplace and higher education are not immune to the impacts of heightened political debates and tensions.