Peer Health Educators

 

Peer Health Educator (PHE) volunteers develop and implement health outreach initiatives during the fall and winter terms to help students make healthier choices. Peer-led outreach focuses on relevant topics such as healthy eating, healthy cooking, physical activity, rest & relaxation, safer substance use, financial literacy, sexual health, and mental fitness.

 

 

Student-Only One-Time Events

Healthy Cooking Sessions

Join Peer Health Educator (PHE) volunteers for virtual interactive cooking sessions to learn how to prepare a healthy and budget-friendly meal, while connecting with other students. 

See calendar for details

Fresh Food Box

PHE volunteers put together Fresh Food Boxes for students to purchase and pick up. 

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Recreational Run Club

Register and join PHE volunteers for weekly runs. These may be virtual and/or in person.

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Virtual Dogs on Campus

Until we are able to safely have our St. John’s Ambulance dogs and handlers back on campus, you can enjoy some virtual therapy dog videos.

 
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FAQ

Ask Me Anything About Sex

Got questions about sex? Submit your Ask Me Anything (AMA) About Sex questions anonymously and have them answered by our expert panel comprised of students and staff who work in the sexual health field.  AMA answers will be posted on the QueensU Be Well Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter accounts.

St Patricks day themed food

Party Goer Kits

Our PHE volunteers organize party goer kits prior to Homecoming and St. Patrick’s Day. This harm-reduction initiative focuses on providing students with the items they need to have a safer partying experience.

Details about this popular student-led initiative are shared on the QueensU Be Well Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter accounts.


 

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