A comprehensive student health program can include more than an insurance plan. Most insurance plans already include benefits such as telehealth and nurseline solutions. What else could your students need? How about a student assistance program?
Did you know that, according to survey data collected by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, men are half as likely to go to the doctor as women over a two-year period? Now imagine what the statistics would look like for a young college student at the height of his “invincibility”.
The plan has been selected, the contract has been signed, and you have received your email invitation for your schools Implementation Kick-Off Call. Before the call takes place there a few things that you should think about to make sure any possible questions are asked and answered during this call.
College students are told that they need to have an astounding resume to show future employers they are well-rounded individuals. So, students try to rack up as many accomplishments, certifications and activities on their resume as possible. They take on strenuous internships, join multiple organizations and work jobs outside of school. This is a recipe for overwhelmed and exhausted students. With these societal and academic pressures, mental health issues are steadily increasing among these scholars.
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