Your health is arguably your greatest resource – during grad school and after! The things you do day-to-day have a tremendous impact on your health, and in turn, on your academic success. Some behaviours can make your health–and your grades–better; some make it worse.
In this workshop you will learn about the health behaviors that offer the greatest benefits. These include healthy eating, getting plenty of good-quality sleep and a few others that you may find surprising. You will learn the latest recommendations on these healthy habits and ways to fit them into your grad student life.
In this workshop you will:
1- Review the behaviors that have the greatest impact on your health
2- Draw the link between health behaviours and academic success
3- Learn the latest recommendations for healthy living
4- Find ways to fit healthy living into your grad student life
This workshop will be led by Gaby Szabo, MSc, RN.
Gaby is a Health Promotion Specialist at Concordia University Health Services. She has an MSc in Nursing from McGill, and a postgraduate diploma in Health Promotion from University of Alberta’s School of Public Health. Gaby works with Concordia students, staff, and faculty to help them set, achieve, and maintain their health goals. She supports changes to our everyday environments here at Concordia that can make the healthy choice the easy choice.