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Return to campus: Supporting faculty and staff mental health

Take a look at three of the most important mental health supports available for faculty and staff: our employee and family assistance program, mental health services through our extended health benefits, and the Not Myself Today initiative. 

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Try a free two-minute total wellbeing assessment with LifeWorks 

Do you want a quick way to see how you are doing in key areas of your life such as physical, financial, mental and social health? Take a two-minute assessment with UBC’s Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP) provider LifeWorks. 

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Spotlight on Remote Work: Agreements

UBC’s Remote Work program provides an opportunity to consider how future work arrangements will continue to make UBC an inspiring place for students to learn and for faculty and staff to research, teach, and work.

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Work Learn Program resources

The UBC Vancouver Work Learn Program has funded over 1,100 proposals representing 2,000+ on-campus student jobs for the Winter 2021 term.

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Spotlight on Remote Work: Guidelines

UBC’s Remote Work program provides an opportunity to consider how future work arrangements will continue to make UBC an inspiring place for students to learn and for faculty and staff to research, teach, and work.

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Editorial: Rebuilding community

The pandemic taught us how to come together virtually, but we also lost a sense of community and social connection. This month we take a look at things we can do to rebuild our community and connect again. 

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Tips for finding a healthcare provider in your community

Your community doesn't just consist of your friends, family and neighbours, it is also a network of people who help you stay healthy and happy. In your community your family doctor might be one of the most important members — but how to find one?

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