Events & Programs

There is always something happening in the world of health and wellness. To keep you abreast of these exciting events please visit these internal and external links for timely, interesting and informative resources relating to wellness and wellbeing.

Internal resources:

2018 Wellness and Wellbeing Expo

CSU recognises the value and importance of promoting wellness and wellbeing in the workplace and the added benefits to individuals and their families of taking a proactive approach to improving health outcomes.  For this reason and following the success of CSU's Wellness and Wellbeing Expos (held since 2013) the University will be again conducting the Wellness and Wellbeing Expo on selected campuses March during 2018.

If you would like further information, please email healthyu@csu.edu.au

MindRazr

We will be rolling out the MindRazr health & wellbeing platform to CSU staff as part of our workplace wellbeing program. MindRazr is a mobile / web platform that combines guided health & wellbeing exercises with music of your choosing and we encourage all staff to make use of the platform.
Watch the demonstration video.

In a nutshell MindRazr makes it easy to deliver customised health & wellbeing programs via streamed audio and video exercises which are delivered via mobile app and streamed alongside music of the users choosing. Each session is user driven and integrates exercises from the wellbeing program into the user's existing music listening habits, making the exercises more accessible, enjoyable and effective. The platform also provides anonymised and aggregated data relating to the mental and physical wellbeing of the workplace (helping to manage WHS risk), as well providing visibility over program engagement and effectiveness.

Blood ChallengeCSU Campuses are competing to give the most blood donations from 1 March to 1 July 2018. 2017 Intercampus Results. Information Poster
Bupa Online Health Assesment   Charles Sturt University and Bupa invite you to take part in our Online Health Assessment! The Online Health Assessment will help give you a snap shot of your current health status based on the information you provide. Click on the Bupa Online Health Assessment link to complete the assessment. 
Fitness Passport Charles Sturt University now offers staff members and their families the opportunity to join Fitness Passport, a program that allows you to access a number of health and fitness facilities in the New South Wales region. For more information, click the Fitness Passport link. Please note: staff login and password required to access web page.
Flu Vaccinations The flu vaccinations program is offered in March/April each year. Please note that the flu vaccinations are normally offered at the following locations: Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Canberra, Dubbo, Goulburn, Orange, Port Macquarie and Wagga Wagga.
Global Corporate Challenge Global Corporate Challenge commences 23 May 2018 for 100 day challenge. Salary deduction form is available here.
Ride To Work Ride to Work usually occurs in October each year for more details contact CSU Green
Walk to Work Walk to Work usually occurs in September each year.
Managers Helpline A telephone-based service designed to support managers in proactively addressing issues at an early stage, and to provide access to useful HR resources.
Work/Life balance Details the policies and procedures to facilitate and improve balancing career and personal commitments.
CSU Wellness Calendar Health initiatives from NSW Health Calendar.
CSU Wellness Survey Survey that CSU Staff can complete information is completely confidential and will be used to deliver wellness and wellbeing programs in the future.


External provider links:

Definition of Wellness What is wellness?
Wellness Ebook Useful resource from the Health Project
Central Coast Meditation The Central Coast Meditation Centre host a number of classes in the Central West of NSW suitable for everyone. To view upcoming events, please click here
Optum e-Flyers and other information Optum (providers of CSUs EAP) e-Flyers and information brochures/pamphlets offer information and advice on a number of health and wellbeing topics as well as useful information on the University's Employee Assistance Program.
A Healthy Active Australia The Australian Government and Department of Ageing are committed to promoting healthy lifestyles, addressing obesity and taking preventative measures to improve the health of all Australians.
Heart Foundation resources provided by the Heart Foundation
Silverchain

Silver Chain is a pioneer in the development of restorative based models of care, enabling and empowering program participants to remain in the home and retain independence and promoting wellness

Stuck in a rut 7 simple steps to changing your life.
Black Dog Institute

The Black Dog Institute is dedicated to improving the lives of people affected by mood disorders through high quality translational research, clinical expertise and national education programs.

beyondblue

beyondblue is a national, independent, not-for-profit organisation working to address issues associated with depression, anxiety and related disorders in Australia.

Lifeline

Lifeline provides access to crisis support, suicide prevention and mental health support services in addition to national services and campaigns that promote emotional wellbeing, encourage help seeking, and address suicide prevention and awareness.

E-couch

E-couch is a self-help interactive program with modules for depression, generalised anxiety & worry, social anxiety, relationship breakdown, and loss & grief.

Adult Mental Health - Recovery Hub The Recovery Hub contains many activities, articles, and practical resources which we hope provide choice, encourage hope and inspire you to improve your health, wellness and live a positive lifestyle.
MoodGYM

MoodGYM is a free self help program to teach cognitive behaviour therapy skills to people vulnerable to depression and anxiety.

Smiling MindSmiling Mind exists to help build individual mental health and wellbeing through positive, pre-emptive tools based on mindfulness meditation. Co-developed with psychologists and health professionals Smiling Mind is accessible to everyone, irrespective of geographic location or socio-economic status.

Have we missed anything? Do you know of any other organisations that should be included in our Wellness program? Please email your suggestions to healthyu@csu.edu.au

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