UK Human Resources
Tools to Advocate
What You Need to Know:
As a Health & Wellness Advocate, we welcome you to go above and beyond the responsibilities for serving as an advocate and, in your own creative way, encourage your friends and colleagues to learn more about Health & Wellness. Here are some ideas to add to your toolbox to get you started in thinking about how to spread the word.
Connect Wellness with...
Wellness NOW Presentations
The UK Health & Wellness staff is on the move! Let us come to your next UK departmental meeting, retreat, conference, brown bag lunch or any other event where UK employees or retirees want to learn about various health and wellness topics such as nutrition and fitness.
We offer a variety of topics including:
- Portion Distortion
- Salt Savvy
- Fats: The Good, the Bad & the Ugly
- Dieting Facts & Fiction
- Eating on the Go
- Reduce Your Stress
- Positive Motivation
- How to Start a Walking Program
- Making it Stick: Goal Setting
- Building a fitness program for you!
- What is fitness?
- Strength Training: the Ins and Outs
- Physical Activity and Aging
- Other topics by request
All seminars include educational handouts and the expertise of our staff.
To arrange for Wellness to come to you, e-mail us at HealthandWellness@email.uky.edu. Then, find us a location/room that will accommodate your group. We require that at least five people be in attendance.
Your Colleagues and Friends
Share Wellness via Social Media
See an article you enjoyed reading or a cool upcoming event that we shared on Facebook? Your friends might like to be in the know too, so share away!
Did you catch that Wellness event or insight we tweeted about on Twitter? Retweet it so your followers are in the loop!
Simply show your support of UK Health & Wellness by following us on Twitter and liking us on Facebook and inviting your friends to do the same!
- Add Health & Wellness to your email signature
Just copy and paste the three individual icon images below into your email signature:
Place them in your signature so it looks like this: