Health and Wellness
Students often juggle multiple demands and we recognize that it can be difficult to find balance. For any changes you want to make to your health and wellness, the Health and Wellness office at the University of Manitoba would like to support you in your journey.
We are here to help you take control of your own health and make your own decisions. We are a judgment-free space and we avoid labels whenever possible.
Who we are
Health and wellness educator
Bryanna Barker is a Registered Psychiatric Nurse and the health and wellness educator at the University of Manitoba. Bryanna is available to provide health and wellness information and guidance to students individually or to interested groups on campus. For any questions, concerns or health and wellness needs please contact:
Email email@example.com or phone 204-295-9032
The Health and Wellness Educator will continue to be available via telephone and email during regular working hours of 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday.
Also, check the SCC website for a listing of off campus supports including Empower Me – a brief counselling support service purchased by the University of Manitoba Student Union which is available 24 hours/7 days week (1-844-741-6389).
The University has a take-home naloxone program. Please contact Bryanna Barker to learn about how to obtain a free naloxone kit.
Health and wellness program assistant
Andrea is the Health and wellness program assistant. She assists in the day-to-day function of the Health and Wellness office, as well as running the Healthy U program. Contact Andrea if you have questions or would like information on any Health and Wellness programs offered, or would like to access resources.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 204-474-6740
What we offer
Bringing in the Bystander™
Bringing in the Bystander™ is an effective in-person, interactive prevention workshop that is based on the concept that all community members have a role to play in preventing sexual violence. Student participants learn the importance of speaking out against social norms that support sexual violence, to become aware of and identify potential risks in various situations, to develop empathy and support for survivors, and explore how to safety interrupt or intervene in situations that can lead to sexual violence.
To book a Bringing in the Bystander workshop, contact email@example.com
University of Manitoba Student Survey Report
The University of Manitoba participates in national surveys of student health and wellbeing on a periodic basis. These surveys are coordinated by the Health and Wellness office and provide valuable information about the needs of our students and how we may develop the most effective programming to support student success. Results from these surveys are available below. Please contact the Health and Wellness Educator if you wish to review further data.
Canadian Postsecondary Education Alcohol and Drug Use Survey
The Canadian Postsecondary Education Alcohol and Drug Use Survey (CPADS) is organized and administered nationally by Health Canada. The CPADS provides data from about 40 Canadian institutions that describes trends in substance use among postsecondary students in Canada.
The following summary describes key results obtained from the University of Manitoba’s participation in the first pan-Canadian cycle of the CPADS conducted during the 2019/2020 school year.
Canadian Campus Wellbeing Survey
The Canadian Campus Wellbeing Survey (CCWS) is organized and administered by the University of British Columbia on behalf of nearly 60 Canadian postsecondary institutions. The CCWS assesses the mental health and wellbeing of postsecondary students and helps to identify priorities for intervention at an institutional level.
The following infographics provide summary data on the Spring 2022 CCWS administration at the University of Manitoba
- Academic Achievement (PDF)
- Campus Climate (PDF)
- Food Security (PDF)
- Health Service Utilization (PDF)
- Mental health Assets (PDF)
- Mental Health (PDF)
- Physical Health (PDF)
- Sexual Health (PDF)
- Substance Use (PDF)
Past CCWS University of Manitoba Survey Data
National College Health Assessment
The National College Health Assessment (NCHA) is offered on a three-year cycle to approximately 50 Canadian postsecondary institutions. The NCHA provides summary data on a range of student physical, mental, and behavioral health indicators.
Please click on the links below for results from past NCHA administrations at the University of Manitoba.
Health and Wellness
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University of Manitoba (Fort Garry campus)
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