The final report produced in this project documented the strategies and tactics used by a range of ANU health stakeholders to communicate with students about health and wellbeing. The report can be downloaded from here.
Representatives from the Division of Student Services (DSS), University Counselling Centre, ANU Health Centre, Disability Services, ANU Sport, ANUSA, PARSA, the International Students’ Department (ISD), Griffin Hall, Burton and Garran Hall (B&G), UniLodge and Centre for Mental Health Research (CMHR) were interviewed about their communication experiences and ideas for the future.
Effective strategies and common challenges were identified and future ideas were collected and the results compared with the current health promotion literature.
The report was produced for the use of the ANU Medicine, Health and Wellbeing Learning Community and other ANU stakeholders to help inform future health communication strategies in our community.