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Emily Tuschhoff, MS, CHES

Physical Address:
Student Health Services Building (University Ave entrance)
Moscow, Idaho 83844-4201

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Drive MS 4201
Moscow, Idaho 83844-4201

Phone: 208-885-4146

Email: emilyt@uidaho.edu

Rec Center

Madie Brown

Physical Address:
Student Health Services Building (University Ave entrance)
Moscow, Idaho 83844-4201

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Drive MS 4201
Moscow, Idaho 83844-4201

Phone: 208-885-2039

Email: madeline@uidaho.edu

Amanda Ferstead, MPH, MA, CHES

Physical Address:
Student Health Services Building (University Ave entrance)
Moscow, Idaho 83844-4201

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Drive MS 4201
Moscow, Idaho 83844-4201

Phone: 208-885-1539

Email: amandaf@uidaho.edu

Student Recreation Center Room 102

Physical Address:
1000 Paradise Creek Street
Moscow, Idaho 83844-1230

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Drive
Moscow, Idaho 83844-1230

Phone: 208-885-4104

Email: vandalhealthed@uidaho.edu

Well Space

Workshops & Trainings

Learn more about presentation options below. Click "request a presentation" to schedule your live virtual presentation. We appreciate ten (10) days advance notice. In-person presentations options are limited, email vandalhealthed@uidaho.edu to inquire about in-person options. 

Workshops

  • Focusing on Well-being During Uncertainty
    It can be difficult to maintain routine, prioritizing well-being, and engage in self-care while navigating uncertainty and transition. In this workshop, students will define well-being, learn tips to enhance their mental, physical, and social well-being, and brainstorm ways they can stay motivated during challenging times.
  • Vandals Have it Covered - COVID 19
    Learn more about COVID-19, how to reduce risk, stay connected, and what resources to access if needed. Vandals have it covered, and we have you covered. 
  • Alcohol 101
    Everything you need to know about alcohol and college — practice pouring a standard drink, bust commons myths, learn about blood alcohol content (BAC) and why alcohol affects people differently, and get the tools to keep yourself and your friends safer.
  • Red Watch Band Bystander Intervention
    Red Watch Band is an alcohol bystander intervention program designed to help students recognize the signs of acute alcohol poisoning, practice how to intervene, and help look out for each other.
  • QPR: Question, Persuade and Refer for Suicide Prevention
    Learn three basic steps to help a friend in distress. In this presentation, participants will learn the warning signs of suicide, the importance of speaking up, and how to find help for those in distress and/or thinking about suicide
  • Stress Management
    What is stress? Is all stress bad? We all encounter stress, so how we cope with stress is vital. In this workshop, participants will learn all about stress and try out some stress management strategies to find what works for them!  
  • Sources of Strength
    Everyone faces adversity, but it is how we respond to those tough times that counts! In this strengths-based workshop, participants are encouraged to think about their sources of strength, including who or what they can turn to for support when times get tough.
  • Eating Healthy on a College Budget
    Eating healthy can seem like an expensive alternative to fast food and microwave meals, but with some simple grocery shopping tips, cooking skills, and preparation, a healthy diet can be delicious and affordable. We’ll also share tips and tools to help you navigate food choices on campus (including The Hub).
  • GREEN DOT – Overview Workshop
    Looking out for each other is one of the most powerful tools to keeping our campus safe. Host a member of the Green Dot team to lead activities about “green dots,” “red dots,” and what that means for our campus
  • Supporting Food Insecure Students 
    Become an advocate for food insecure students! Nearly half of all U of I students experienced food insecurity in 2019. In this online workshop, participants will define food insecurity, learn about what it means to be food insecure, brainstorm strategies to support students experiencing food insecurity, and learn about resources. This workshop can be tailored for students, faculty, and/or staff.

 

Register for a workshop via Zoom with Vandal Health Education Staff. All workshops in PST.

Upcoming Workshop Schedule

QPR Suicide Prevention Training | Nov. 11, 2:00 p.m. | Dec. 11, 10:00 a.m.
QPR stands for Question, Persuade and Refer. It is an evidenced-based, 1-hour training program to help faculty, staff and students respond to someone in a mental health crisis and thinking about suicide. Participants will learn how to: Recognize the warning signs of suicide, offer hope, and get help and save a life.

  • Focusing on Well-being During Uncertainty
    It can be difficult to maintain routine, prioritizing well-being, and engage in self-care while navigating uncertainty and transition. In this workshop, students will define well-being, learn tips to enhance their mental, physical, and social well-being, and brainstorm ways they can stay motivated during challenging times.

Live in-person trainings are limited. Please email vandalhealthed@uidaho.edu to inquire about in-person workshops

Peer Health Education Course

Interested in helping your peers make healthy lifestyle choices? Health & Safety (H&S) 301: Peer Health Education is a two-credit academic course that prepares students to become Certified Peer Educators. Students who complete this course will have core training needed to educate, intervene, listen to and help their peers make healthy choices and navigate tough situations.

The class is scheduled for 1:30-3:20 p.m. each Wednesday during the fall 2020 semester. Please register as you would any other academic class. Contact emilyt@uidaho.edu with questions. 

Mental Health First Aid

Helping faculty, staff and students understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders.

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Contact Us

Emily Tuschhoff, MS, CHES

Physical Address:
Student Health Services Building (University Ave entrance)
Moscow, Idaho 83844-4201

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Drive MS 4201
Moscow, Idaho 83844-4201

Phone: 208-885-4146

Email: emilyt@uidaho.edu

Rec Center

Madie Brown

Physical Address:
Student Health Services Building (University Ave entrance)
Moscow, Idaho 83844-4201

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Drive MS 4201
Moscow, Idaho 83844-4201

Phone: 208-885-2039

Email: madeline@uidaho.edu

Amanda Ferstead, MPH, MA, CHES

Physical Address:
Student Health Services Building (University Ave entrance)
Moscow, Idaho 83844-4201

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Drive MS 4201
Moscow, Idaho 83844-4201

Phone: 208-885-1539

Email: amandaf@uidaho.edu

Student Recreation Center Room 102

Physical Address:
1000 Paradise Creek Street
Moscow, Idaho 83844-1230

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Drive
Moscow, Idaho 83844-1230

Phone: 208-885-4104

Email: vandalhealthed@uidaho.edu

Well Space