Full course description
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|Melbourne Plus Capability||Community Engagement|
|Open to||All students|
|Time commitment||10-15 hours training; various health events over 1 year|
|Intake||Competitive – Approximately 30 students per year|
The Peer Health Advocates (PHAs) are a group of students from a variety of faculties who share a passion for health and wellness by promoting and raising awareness of healthy, active lifestyles and planning wellbeing events and projects.
The PHAs aim to:
- Promote healthy, active lifestyles in a positive, fun and engaging way
- Raise awareness about the UoM health and wellbeing services
- Plan health and wellbeing events and projects
- Attend training, such as Mental Health First Aid
- Learn about the latest health information, initiatives and services.
You'll catch the PHAs at a range of events and campaigns such as O-Week, Respect Week, R U OK Day, Mental Health Week, SWOTVAC Wellbeing and many more!
Find more information on the Peer Health Advocate Program here.