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Surviving The Stigma: Incorporating Mental Health Literacy To Increase Help-Seeking In California First Responders, Yvonne C. Newson May 2023

Surviving The Stigma: Incorporating Mental Health Literacy To Increase Help-Seeking In California First Responders, Yvonne C. Newson

Master's Projects and Capstones

First responders are at risk of developing mental health problems due to repeated exposure to traumatic incidents, increasing their chance of developing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, substance abuse, suicidal ideation, and suicide. Unfortunately, first responders do not recognize that they may have a mental illness and are reluctant to seek help. This paper will discuss the prevalence of mental health problems among first responders and the barriers to their help-seeking. These barriers include the stigma around mental illness within the culture, the assessability of professional help, and the lack of mental health literacy regarding their well-being. Further discussion will focus …


Who Uses Mhealth Apps? Identifying User Archetypes Of Mhealth Apps, Maryam Aziz, Aiman Erbad, Samir B Belhaouari, Mohamed B Almourad, Majid Altuwairiqi, Raian Ali Jan 2023

Who Uses Mhealth Apps? Identifying User Archetypes Of Mhealth Apps, Maryam Aziz, Aiman Erbad, Samir B Belhaouari, Mohamed B Almourad, Majid Altuwairiqi, Raian Ali

All Works

Objective This study aims to explore the user archetypes of health apps based on average usage and psychometrics. Methods The study utilized a dataset collected through a dedicated smartphone application and contained usage data, i.e. the timestamps of each app session from October 2020 to April 2021. The dataset had 129 participants for mental health apps usage and 224 participants for physical health apps usage. Average daily launches, extraversion, neuroticism, and satisfaction with life were the determinants of the mental health apps clusters, whereas average daily launches, conscientiousness, neuroticism, and satisfaction with life were for physical health apps. Results Two …


A Scoping Review Of Campus-Based Animal-Assisted Interactions Programs For College Student Mental Health, Tanya K. Bailey Jan 2023

A Scoping Review Of Campus-Based Animal-Assisted Interactions Programs For College Student Mental Health, Tanya K. Bailey

People and Animals: The International Journal of Research and Practice

Background: People have long found support by interacting with animals, which has developed into a health care modality called animal-assisted interactions (AAI). In the past 10 years, AAI has increased as a way to support college students’ mental health; however, there is no comprehensive evidence on the effectiveness of these programs.
Method: A scoping review was conducted using the JBI and PRISMA-ScR criteria. Empirical articles were identified through Academic Search Premier (EBSCOhost), PsychINFO (Ovid), and Web of Science using three groups of keywords: AAI, college students, and mental health.
Results: Of the 1,195 publications identified, 37 met this study’s eligibility …


An Intentional Wholeness Focus And The Association With Burnout In Graduate Students, Stacey B. Cunningham, Susanne B. Montgomery, Brian J. Distelberg, Qais Alemi Jan 2023

An Intentional Wholeness Focus And The Association With Burnout In Graduate Students, Stacey B. Cunningham, Susanne B. Montgomery, Brian J. Distelberg, Qais Alemi

Journal of Occupational Therapy Education

Rates of stress, anxiety, depression, and burnout for university students are concerning. As in other competitive professional fields, graduate students in occupational therapy, physical therapy, and speech language pathology face many performance pressures. Creating supportive learning and wholeness climates along with individual grit, resilience, and healthy spirituality have the potential to positively impact these pressures. The study’s purpose was to examine factors related to burnout within an institution committed to creating supportive learning and wholeness environments. Three hundred and fifty-three graduate students from occupational therapy, physical therapy, and speech language pathology graduate programs were recruited to participate in a cross-sectional …


Understanding The Mental Health Of Occupational Therapy Students During The Covid-19 Pandemic, Alisha Sharma, Andrea Tyszka Jan 2023

Understanding The Mental Health Of Occupational Therapy Students During The Covid-19 Pandemic, Alisha Sharma, Andrea Tyszka

Journal of Occupational Therapy Education

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the mental health of health professional students across the world. Although there are a growing number of studies regarding the mental health of other health professional students, there are currently limited studies regarding the mental health of entry-level occupational therapy (OT) and occupational therapy assistant (OTA) students in the United States, especially within the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. The purpose of this mixed methods survey study was to understand the mental health status of entry-level OT and OTA students in the United States during the COVID-19 pandemic in order to better support their mental …


Impact Of Climate Events, Pollution, And Green Spaces On Mental Health: An Umbrella Review Of Meta-Analyses, Pim Cuijpers, Clara Miguel, Marketa Ciharova, Manasi Kumar, Luke Brander, Pushpam Kumar, Eirini Karyotaki Jan 2023

Impact Of Climate Events, Pollution, And Green Spaces On Mental Health: An Umbrella Review Of Meta-Analyses, Pim Cuijpers, Clara Miguel, Marketa Ciharova, Manasi Kumar, Luke Brander, Pushpam Kumar, Eirini Karyotaki

Brain and Mind Institute

Climate change may affect mental health. We conducted an umbrella review of meta-analyses examining the association between mental health and climate events related to climate change, pollution and green spaces. We searched major bibliographic databases and included meta-analyses with at least five primary studies. Results were summarized narratively. We included 24 meta-analyses on mental health and climate events (n = 13), pollution (n = 11), and green spaces (n = 2) (two meta-analyses provided data on two categories). The quality was suboptimal. According to AMSTAR-2, the overall confidence in the results was high for none of the studies, for three …


Efficacy And Safety Of Acupuncture For Depression: A Systematic Review And Meta-Analysis, Binglei Chen, Carol C. Wang, Khui Hung Lee, Jianhong C. Xia, Zongting Luo Jan 2023

Efficacy And Safety Of Acupuncture For Depression: A Systematic Review And Meta-Analysis, Binglei Chen, Carol C. Wang, Khui Hung Lee, Jianhong C. Xia, Zongting Luo

Research outputs 2022 to 2026

Acupuncture is widely accepted as a therapeutic option for managing depression. However, evidence from clinical trials remains controversial. This review aims to synthesize the best available evidence on the efficacy and safety of acupuncture in managing depression. The review was performed according to PRISMA (Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis) guidelines. Five databases and the relevant trial registries were searched from the inception to October 2021. Randomized clinical trials of acupuncture for managing depression, published in English, were selected for inclusion. The quality of included studies was assessed using the Cochrane risk of bias tool. Netmeta and dmetar …


Dead End: Challenges In Healthcare Delivery To Older Adults With History Of Dementia And Incarceration- A Case Report, Shruti Anand, Saket Saxena Dec 2022

Dead End: Challenges In Healthcare Delivery To Older Adults With History Of Dementia And Incarceration- A Case Report, Shruti Anand, Saket Saxena

Journal of Geriatric Emergency Medicine

No abstract provided.


Reliability, Validity, And Exploratory Factor Analyses Of Gentrification Health Research Measures, Christopher Williams, Nathaniel Woodard, Charlene Chao-Li Kuo Dec 2022

Reliability, Validity, And Exploratory Factor Analyses Of Gentrification Health Research Measures, Christopher Williams, Nathaniel Woodard, Charlene Chao-Li Kuo

Advances in Clinical Medical Research and Healthcare Delivery

Background

Gentrification is a type of neighborhood change (NC) that causes demographic shifts and improvement in the built environment. Adverse health outcomes associated with NC have not been consistently established in the literature. Yet, major methodological barriers define this field of study including lack of tailored and culturally relevant measures. This aim of this study was to assess the psychometric properties of novel and adapted NC measures that sought to improve appropriateness for all literacy levels, to enhance survey efficiency, and to assess features of the built environment.

Methods

We conducted a cross-sectional study in a highly gentrifying neighborhood in …


Rewriting Kendra’S Law: A More Ethical Approach To Mental Health Treatment, James Diven Dec 2022

Rewriting Kendra’S Law: A More Ethical Approach To Mental Health Treatment, James Diven

Pace Law Review

Michelle Go was pushed in front of a subway car by a man suffering from schizophrenia that had fallen through the cracks of New York’s mental health care system. Michelle’s death was imminent because the severely ill man had every right to be on the streets under present law. This note will discuss the problems with New York’s mental hygiene laws that prevent courts from mandating treatment even when treatment is in the state’s best interest.

Michelle’s death is not unique. Historically, New York has struggled to enact effective legislation governing the treatment of mentally ill individuals. As a result, …


Communication Disorders And Mental Health: A Scoping Review, Haven B. Schultze Dec 2022

Communication Disorders And Mental Health: A Scoping Review, Haven B. Schultze

Honors Thesis

This scoping review examined current research investigating the relationship between communication disorders and mental health disorders. Depression and anxiety disorders were correlated with communication disorders, but this relationship is complex. Next, potential interventions and clinical implications are discussed. The literature suggests that Speech-Language Pathologists and mental health professionals are most effective when working collaboratively to meet the needs of the whole child.


Mental Health Benefits Of Physical Activity In Older Adults, Adrian Kurt Zitzmann Dec 2022

Mental Health Benefits Of Physical Activity In Older Adults, Adrian Kurt Zitzmann

Master of Science in Nursing Family Nurse Practitioner

Physical activity is the fountain of youth, strengthening both the physical body as well as the mind, leading to better emotional stability and a general sense of well-being. The population over age 65 is nearing retirement age and are transitioning from a high paced work and family life to a slower and less active “empty nest” lifestyle. Among adults over age 65, will implementing an exercise program for 30 minutes per day increase mental well-being? The benefits of physical activity will be supported by gathering a group of older adults ages 65 and up from a local retirement community to …


An Updated Look At Mental Health Services In American Public And Private Prisons, Lieren E. Tyira Dec 2022

An Updated Look At Mental Health Services In American Public And Private Prisons, Lieren E. Tyira

Student Theses

People residing in American prisons have the legal right to mental health care while incarcerated (Justia, 2021). This is important, as the prevalence of mental disorders is high in this population (Prins, 2014), and incarceration is a psychologically damaging experience, which hinders a person’s success at rehabilitation. Numerous of issues related to the mental health services (MHSs) in both public and private prison facilities have been reported in recent years, which warrants systematic exploration. The little existing research comparing the presence of MHSs in these facilities has produced mixed results, it uses out-of-date datasets, and none has explored MHSs in …


Assessing Asian American And Pacific Islander (Aapi) Teachers’ Workplace Wellness, Fiona Tang, Karen Park, Susan Macdermott, Deja Anderson Dec 2022

Assessing Asian American And Pacific Islander (Aapi) Teachers’ Workplace Wellness, Fiona Tang, Karen Park, Susan Macdermott, Deja Anderson

Virtual OTD Capstone Symposium, Fall 2022

Teachers have many instructional, behavioral and classroom management, and administrative responsibilities (Cormier et al., 2021; Hilger et al., 2021; Roeser et al., 2022). There is limited research on occupational therapy's role in teacher wellness. This study aimed to assess the challenges and barriers that Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) teachers face, the causes of burnout, and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on AAPI teachers' wellness. This study used a mixed methods research design, including an online survey and semi-structured interviews, focused on the challenges, barriers, strengths, and needs that AAPI teachers face in public, middle, and high schools …


Enhancing Leisure Participation In An Inpatient Mental Health Setting, Jawad Aqil, Susan Macdermott Dec 2022

Enhancing Leisure Participation In An Inpatient Mental Health Setting, Jawad Aqil, Susan Macdermott

Virtual OTD Capstone Symposium, Fall 2022

This capstone project, Enhancing Leisure Participation in an Inpatient Mental Health Setting, was completed by a Doctor of Occupational Therapy candidate at the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences. Project objectives aimed to identify and address internal and external barriers related to leisure participation in inpatient mental health settings from an occupational therapy perspective. A literature review of leisure engagement demonstrates beneficial mental health outcomes in correlation with increased leisure engagement during inpatient mental health treatment. However, leisure is often an underutilized facet of mental health treatment. Additionally, individuals with mental health challenges present with individualistic barriers decreasing leisure …


Mental Health Navigators Bridging The Gap Of Care For Clients With Schizophrenia: A Review, Valentina Loreto-Ashley, Valentina Loreto-Ashley Dec 2022

Mental Health Navigators Bridging The Gap Of Care For Clients With Schizophrenia: A Review, Valentina Loreto-Ashley, Valentina Loreto-Ashley

DNP Qualifying Manuscripts

Background: Schizophrenia is a thought disorder. As such it affects an individual level of function, and often leads to acute hospitalization. When clients with schizophrenia disorders are discharged, they are a great risk for suicide and danger to others. Services aimed at bridging patients from an acute facility to their community setting could be essential in helping the client in treatment to reach functional recovery and avoid relapse.

Objective: This article explores the role of mental health peer navigators in improving treatment adherence for adult clients with schizophrenia spectrum disorder being discharged from a psychiatric facility into their unique community …


Suicide Among South Asians In The United States: A Growing Public Health Problem, Aruna Jha, Manik Ahuja, Rajvi J. Wani Dec 2022

Suicide Among South Asians In The United States: A Growing Public Health Problem, Aruna Jha, Manik Ahuja, Rajvi J. Wani

ETSU Faculty Works

This research study quantifies and describes suicide among South Asian Americans (SAAs), an emerging population that are underrepresented group in suicide research. The purpose of this study was to examine key characteristics of suicide deaths among SAAs. Data were employed from DuPage County, IL, a county with a large SAA population. Following federal recommendations for disaggregating Asian American data at a granular level, four SAA researchers used name recognition to identify all SAA cases classified as suicide in the DuPage County coroner’s database from 2001 to 2017 (N = 38). Coroner’s reports were analyzed for contextual details and correlating …


Our Early Years Of Life's Effects On Our Future Health And Well-Being, Claudia Gagliano Dec 2022

Our Early Years Of Life's Effects On Our Future Health And Well-Being, Claudia Gagliano

Nursing | Senior Theses

Many poor health outcomes later into adulthood have been triggered by adverse life events that have occurred during childhood. Most of the general population has experienced some sort of adverse childhood event that has negatively impacted their future health. Adverse childhood events include any traumatic event that has occurred during childhood including maltreatment (sexual abuse, mental abuse, and physical abuse), neglect, parental loss, and peer victimization.

Raising awareness regarding the opportunities to intervene in a child’s life as a means to prevent behavioral, psychological, and substance abuse disorders before they would typically manifest on their own is the ultimate goal. …


Lifestyle Choices Related To Food Consumption And Their Relationship To Depression, Steven L. Jennings Jr. Dec 2022

Lifestyle Choices Related To Food Consumption And Their Relationship To Depression, Steven L. Jennings Jr.

Dissertations

Dieting, or the act of restricting oneself to small amounts or particular kinds of foods on the basis of health, spirituality, lifestyle, and moral decisions, is a practice that dates to 1066 A.D. However, with social media being as influential as it is, one might believe dieting is a new obsession or at least an obsession to which popular culture is returning. Despite this, it is only in recent years that researchers have begun to focus on the health benefits of such behaviors. The present study was designed to take this focus a step further by exploring the potential risks …


Does Social Pension Buy Improved Mental Health And Mortality Outcomes For Senior Citizens? Evidence From South Africa's 2008 Pension Reform, Cyprian Mostert, Diana Mackay, Alex Awiti, Manasi Kumar, Zul Merali Dec 2022

Does Social Pension Buy Improved Mental Health And Mortality Outcomes For Senior Citizens? Evidence From South Africa's 2008 Pension Reform, Cyprian Mostert, Diana Mackay, Alex Awiti, Manasi Kumar, Zul Merali

Brain and Mind Institute

In South Africa, men were traditionally eligible to receive government pensions at 65 years. However, that eligibility criterion was changed in 2008 to allow men to receive a pension payout at 60 years. This study is designed to quantify the impact of the 2008 pension reform on mental health outcomes (depression and traumatic stress) and deaths among 60-year-old men from disadvantaged households without advanced education. This analysis used secondary data issued by Statistic South Africa- General Household Survey. Men who reported earning a pension at 60 years from 2008 to 2014 were exposed to the 2008 pension reform and thus …


Interpersonal Psychotherapy’S Problem Areas As An Organizing Framework To Understand Depression And Sexual And Reproductive Health Needs Of Kenyan Pregnant And Parenting Adolescents: A Qualitative Study, Manasi Kumar, Obadia Yator, Vincent Nyongesa, Martha Kagoya, Shillah Mwaniga, Joseph Kathono, Isaiah Gitonga, Nancy Grote, Helena Verdeli, Keng Yen Huang Dec 2022

Interpersonal Psychotherapy’S Problem Areas As An Organizing Framework To Understand Depression And Sexual And Reproductive Health Needs Of Kenyan Pregnant And Parenting Adolescents: A Qualitative Study, Manasi Kumar, Obadia Yator, Vincent Nyongesa, Martha Kagoya, Shillah Mwaniga, Joseph Kathono, Isaiah Gitonga, Nancy Grote, Helena Verdeli, Keng Yen Huang

Brain and Mind Institute

Background: Peripartum adolescents experience signifcant interpersonal transitions in their lives. Depression and emotional distress are often exacerbated by adolescents’ responses to these interpersonal changes. Improved understanding of pregnancy-related social changes and maladaptive responses to these shifts may inform novel approaches to addressing the mental health needs of adolescents during the perinatal period. The paper aims to understand the sources of psychological distress in peripartum adolescents and map these to Interpersonal Psychotherapy’s (IPT) problem areas as a framework to understand depression.

Method: We conducted interviews in two Nairobi primary care clinics with peripartum adolescents ages 16–18 years (n=23) with …


Health And Socioeconomic Resource Provision For Older People In South Asian Countries: Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan And Sri Lanka Evidence From Neesama, Natasha Roya Matthews, George James Porter, Mathew Varghese, Nidesh Sapkota, Murad Khan, Ammu Lukose, Stella-Maria Paddick, Malathie Dissanayake, Naila Zaman Khan, Richard Walker Dec 2022

Health And Socioeconomic Resource Provision For Older People In South Asian Countries: Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan And Sri Lanka Evidence From Neesama, Natasha Roya Matthews, George James Porter, Mathew Varghese, Nidesh Sapkota, Murad Khan, Ammu Lukose, Stella-Maria Paddick, Malathie Dissanayake, Naila Zaman Khan, Richard Walker

Brain and Mind Institute

Background: The global population is ageing rapidly, with low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) undergoing a fast demographic transition. As the number of older adults in LMICs increases, services able to effectively address their physical and mental health needs will be increasingly important.

Objective: We review the health and socioeconomic resources currently available for older people in South Asian countries, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, to identify gaps in available resources and assess areas for improvement.

Methods: We conducted a search of grey and published literature via Google Search, Compendex, EBSCO, JSTOR, Medline, Ovid, ProQuest databases, …


Cultural And Contextual Adaptation Of Mental Health Measures In Kenya: An Adolescent-Centered Transcultural Adaptation Of Measures Study, Vincent Nyongesa, Shillah Mwaniga, Joseph Kathono, Obadia Yator, Beatrice Madeghe, Sarah Kanana, Beatrice Amugune, Naomi Anyango, Darius Nyamai, Manasi Kumar Dec 2022

Cultural And Contextual Adaptation Of Mental Health Measures In Kenya: An Adolescent-Centered Transcultural Adaptation Of Measures Study, Vincent Nyongesa, Shillah Mwaniga, Joseph Kathono, Obadia Yator, Beatrice Madeghe, Sarah Kanana, Beatrice Amugune, Naomi Anyango, Darius Nyamai, Manasi Kumar

Brain and Mind Institute

Introduction: There is paucity of culturally adapted tools for assessing depression and anxiety in children and adolescents in low-and middle-income countries. This hinders early detection, provision of appropriate and culturally acceptable interventions. In a partnership with the University of Nairobi, Nairobi County, Kenyatta National Hospital, and UNICEF, a rapid cultural adaptation of three adolescent mental health scales was done, i.e., Revised Children’s Anxiety and Depression Scale, Patient Health Questionnaire-9 and additional scales in the UNICEF mental health module for adolescents.

Materials and methods: Using a qualitative approach, we explored adolescent participants’ views on cultural acceptability, comprehensibility, relevance, and completeness of …


Impact Of The Maternity Care Changes Of The Covid-19 Pandemic On Pregnant Women And Their Birth Partners: An Integrative Literature Review, Rebekah Kemp Nov 2022

Impact Of The Maternity Care Changes Of The Covid-19 Pandemic On Pregnant Women And Their Birth Partners: An Integrative Literature Review, Rebekah Kemp

MSN in Leadership in Nursing Final Projects

Introduction: In March 2020, the novel coronavirus originating out of Wuhan in China and spreading rapidly worldwide, became known as the COVID-19 pandemic. Patients with pre-existing conditions, such as the elderly and pregnant women, are among those most vulnerable to severe infection due to COVID-19. Increased pulmonary expansion in the respiratory tract make pregnant women more susceptible to viral respiratory infections and exacerbation of illnesses like COVID-19. Another major concern correlated with the pandemic and pregnancy is its effect on pregnant women’s mental health. Unique physiological and psychological changes place pregnant women at an increased risk for experiencing mental health …


Bénéfices D'Un Mode De Vie Physiquement Actif Et Sain, Myra J. Bloom, Gladys Y. X. Chen, Victor R. C. Gomes, Scarlet R. Jost, Andrew S. I. D. Lang, Nancy V. Mankin, Ericka R. Mcmahan, Jonathan A. Merheb, Jingee Mok, Philip P. Nelson, Deborah A. Skinstad, Enrique F. Valderrama-Araya Nov 2022

Bénéfices D'Un Mode De Vie Physiquement Actif Et Sain, Myra J. Bloom, Gladys Y. X. Chen, Victor R. C. Gomes, Scarlet R. Jost, Andrew S. I. D. Lang, Nancy V. Mankin, Ericka R. Mcmahan, Jonathan A. Merheb, Jingee Mok, Philip P. Nelson, Deborah A. Skinstad, Enrique F. Valderrama-Araya

College of Science and Engineering Faculty Research and Scholarship

This research infographic describes how physical activity, physical fitness, and healthy lifestyle behaviours are significantly correlated with undergraduate academic performance and student wellbeing.

Translated versions are available:

English (Original Version)
Bulgarian (Translated by Aleksandra P. Turtova)
Chinese (Translated by Shaofan Li and Gladys Y. X. Chen)
French (Translated by Samuel Saltzmann)
German (Translated by Jan H. R. Woerner)
Japanese (Translated by Nanhee Paik)
Korean (Translated by Ju Yeong Lee)
Portuguese (Translated by Victor R. C. Gomes)
Russian (Translated by Aleksandra P. Turtova)
Spanish (Translated by Enrique F. Valderrama-Araya)


Ползи От Физически Активен И Здравословен Живот, Myra J. Bloom, Gladys Y. X. Chen, Victor R. C. Gomes, Scarlet R. Jost, Andrew S. I. D. Lang, Nancy V. Mankin, Ericka R. Mcmahan, Jonathan A. Merheb, Jingee Mok, Philip P. Nelson, Deborah A. Skinstad, Enrique F. Valderrama-Araya Nov 2022

Ползи От Физически Активен И Здравословен Живот, Myra J. Bloom, Gladys Y. X. Chen, Victor R. C. Gomes, Scarlet R. Jost, Andrew S. I. D. Lang, Nancy V. Mankin, Ericka R. Mcmahan, Jonathan A. Merheb, Jingee Mok, Philip P. Nelson, Deborah A. Skinstad, Enrique F. Valderrama-Araya

College of Science and Engineering Faculty Research and Scholarship

This research infographic describes how physical activity, physical fitness, and healthy lifestyle behaviours are significantly correlated with undergraduate academic performance and student wellbeing.

Translated versions are available:

English (Original Version)
Bulgarian (Translated by Aleksandra P. Turtova)
Chinese (Translated by Shaofan Li and Gladys Y. X. Chen)
French (Translated by Samuel Saltzmann)
German (Translated by Jan H. R. Woerner)
Japanese (Translated by Nanhee Paik)
Korean (Translated by Ju Yeong Lee)
Portuguese (Translated by Victor R. C. Gomes)
Russian (Translated by Aleksandra P. Turtova)
Spanish (Translated by Enrique F. Valderrama-Araya)


활동적이고 건강한 라이프스타일의 이점, Myra J. Bloom, Gladys Y. X. Chen, Victor R. C. Gomes, Scarlet R. Jost, Andrew S. I. D. Lang, Nancy V. Mankin, Ericka R. Mcmahan, Jonathan A. Merheb, Jingee Mok, Philip P. Nelson, Deborah A. Skinstad, Enrique F. Valderrama-Araya Nov 2022

활동적이고 건강한 라이프스타일의 이점, Myra J. Bloom, Gladys Y. X. Chen, Victor R. C. Gomes, Scarlet R. Jost, Andrew S. I. D. Lang, Nancy V. Mankin, Ericka R. Mcmahan, Jonathan A. Merheb, Jingee Mok, Philip P. Nelson, Deborah A. Skinstad, Enrique F. Valderrama-Araya

College of Science and Engineering Faculty Research and Scholarship

This research infographic describes how physical activity, physical fitness, and healthy lifestyle behaviours are significantly correlated with undergraduate academic performance and student wellbeing.

Translated versions are available:

English (Original Version)
Bulgarian (Translated by Aleksandra P. Turtova)
Chinese (Translated by Shaofan Li and Gladys Y. X. Chen)
French (Translated by Samuel Saltzmann)
German (Translated by Jan H. R. Woerner)
Japanese (Translated by Nanhee Paik)
Korean (Translated by Ju Yeong Lee)
Portuguese (Translated by Victor R. C. Gomes)
Russian (Translated by Aleksandra P. Turtova)
Spanish (Translated by Enrique F. Valderrama-Araya)


Преимущества Физически Активного И Здорового Образа Жизни, Myra J. Bloom, Gladys Y. X. Chen, Victor R. C. Gomes, Scarlet R. Jost, Andrew S. I. D. Lang, Nancy V. Mankin, Ericka R. Mcmahan, Jonathan A. Merheb, Jingee Mok, Philip P. Nelson, Deborah A. Skinstad, Enrique F. Valderrama-Araya Nov 2022

Преимущества Физически Активного И Здорового Образа Жизни, Myra J. Bloom, Gladys Y. X. Chen, Victor R. C. Gomes, Scarlet R. Jost, Andrew S. I. D. Lang, Nancy V. Mankin, Ericka R. Mcmahan, Jonathan A. Merheb, Jingee Mok, Philip P. Nelson, Deborah A. Skinstad, Enrique F. Valderrama-Araya

College of Science and Engineering Faculty Research and Scholarship

This research infographic describes how physical activity, physical fitness, and healthy lifestyle behaviours are significantly correlated with undergraduate academic performance and student wellbeing.

Translated versions are available:

English (Original Version)
Bulgarian (Translated by Aleksandra P. Turtova)
Chinese (Translated by Shaofan Li and Gladys Y. X. Chen)
French (Translated by Samuel Saltzmann)
German (Translated by Jan H. R. Woerner)
Japanese (Translated by Nanhee Paik)
Korean (Translated by Ju Yeong Lee)
Portuguese (Translated by Victor R. C. Gomes)
Russian (Translated by Aleksandra P. Turtova)
Spanish (Translated by Enrique F. Valderrama-Araya)


Beneficios De Un Estilo De Vida Activo Y Saludable, Myra J. Bloom, Gladys Y. X. Chen, Victor R. C. Gomes, Scarlet R. Jost, Andrew S. I. D. Lang, Nancy V. Mankin, Ericka R. Mcmahan, Jonathan A. Merheb, Jingee Mok, Philip P. Nelson, Deborah A. Skinstad, Enrique F. Valderrama-Araya Nov 2022

Beneficios De Un Estilo De Vida Activo Y Saludable, Myra J. Bloom, Gladys Y. X. Chen, Victor R. C. Gomes, Scarlet R. Jost, Andrew S. I. D. Lang, Nancy V. Mankin, Ericka R. Mcmahan, Jonathan A. Merheb, Jingee Mok, Philip P. Nelson, Deborah A. Skinstad, Enrique F. Valderrama-Araya

College of Science and Engineering Faculty Research and Scholarship

This research infographic describes how physical activity, physical fitness, and healthy lifestyle behaviours are significantly correlated with undergraduate academic performance and student wellbeing.

Translated versions are available:

English (Original Version)
Bulgarian (Translated by Aleksandra P. Turtova)
Chinese (Translated by Shaofan Li and Gladys Y. X. Chen)
French (Translated by Samuel Saltzmann)
German (Translated by Jan H. R. Woerner)
Japanese (Translated by Nanhee Paik)
Korean (Translated by Ju Yeong Lee)
Portuguese (Translated by Victor R. C. Gomes)
Russian (Translated by Aleksandra P. Turtova)
Spanish (Translated by Enrique F. Valderrama-Araya)


Infographic. Benefits Of A Physically Active & Healthy Lifestyle, Myra J. Bloom, Gladys Y. X. Chen, Victor R. C. Gomes, Scarlet R. Jost, Andrew S. I. D. Lang, Nancy V. Mankin, Ericka R. Mcmahan, Jonathan A. Merheb, Jingee Mok, Philip P. Nelson, Deborah A. Skinstad, Enrique F. Valderrama-Araya Nov 2022

Infographic. Benefits Of A Physically Active & Healthy Lifestyle, Myra J. Bloom, Gladys Y. X. Chen, Victor R. C. Gomes, Scarlet R. Jost, Andrew S. I. D. Lang, Nancy V. Mankin, Ericka R. Mcmahan, Jonathan A. Merheb, Jingee Mok, Philip P. Nelson, Deborah A. Skinstad, Enrique F. Valderrama-Araya

College of Science and Engineering Faculty Research and Scholarship

This research infographic describes how physical activity, physical fitness, and healthy lifestyle behaviours are significantly correlated with undergraduate academic performance and student wellbeing.

Translated versions are available:

English (Original Version)
Bulgarian (Translated by Aleksandra P. Turtova)
Chinese (Translated by Shaofan Li and Gladys Y. X. Chen)
French (Translated by Samuel Saltzmann)
German (Translated by Jan H. R. Woerner)
Japanese (Translated by Nanhee Paik)
Korean (Translated by Ju Yeong Lee)
Portuguese (Translated by Victor R. C. Gomes)
Russian (Translated by Aleksandra P. Turtova)
Spanish (Translated by Enrique F. Valderrama-Araya)