Items with category:Health and Wellbeing

Picture of health: share an artwork that evokes your experience of mental health

Calling all artists! Submit an artwork inspired by mental health for this year's Mind Matters.

Man up and look after your health!

This Men's Health Week, make your health a priority.

Struggling with anxiety? Madeline uses her voice to let you know you’re not alone

Anxiety is a common issue for many, but Deakin student Madeline has some amazing advice and personal insights.

NAVIGATE your way through uni life: help for students with autism spectrum disorder

Deakin's NAVIGATE program pairs students who have autism spectrum disorder with an experienced and friendly student mentor to help with the adjustment to uni life.

Get back on track with your on-campus physio

To help keep you in tip-top shape, all Deakin students are offered a free initial assessment with our Burwood on-campus physiotherapist.

Take a digital health check-up at our eWellbeing Hub

From mental health to physical health, from keeping fit to learning to relax, from eating well to staying safe, these digital resources will enhance your life and help you succeed.

Flu vaccinations now available at Deakin

Protect yourself from getting the flu this year with an on-campus flu vaccination.

How to avoid procrastination

We're all guilty of putting off something important in favour of doing something enjoyable. But procrastinating can have adverse effects not only on your university assignments but also on your mental health.

‘Use your voice’ to raise awareness for student mental health

One of the best ways to tackle a problem is to bring it into the light, so this year, we're asking you, our student community, to share your experiences of mental health issues.

T2 Volunteering opportunities in exercise and nutrition science

A volunteering placement is more than a credit point towards your degree. It’s a great opportunity to try something new, acquire new skills and knowledge, and get some positive feedback. And the valuable networking that it offers can set you up for your future career.  

Poisonous mushrooms alert

The Victorian Government is advising extreme caution when picking and eating wild mushrooms. 

Our chaplains can help you cope with university and succeed at your studies

University isn't always smooth sailing. There are going to be times when you need a helping hand. But sometimes it can be hard to know where to find it. 

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