Intentional Living through the Six Dimensions of Wellness

Physical Wellness

The physical dimension recognizes the need for regular physical activity. Optimal wellness is met through the combination of good exercise and eating habits. Building physical wellness involves understanding your body and its warning signs.

Emotional Wellness

The emotional dimension recognizes awareness and acceptance of one’s feelings. Emotional wellness includes the degree to which one feels positive and enthusiastic about one’s self and life. It includes the capacity to manage one’s feelings and related behaviors including the realistic assessment of one’s limitations, development of autonomy, and ability to cope effectively with stress.

Donate diapers of any size on the first floor of the HSC Student Union or in the COM Student Affairs office! All donations will benefit Infant Crisis Services in OKC.

 

Monetary donations can be made via Venmo (@bump-okc).

Join us as we discuss how medical professionals may help patients, caregivers, and other professionals define clinical and personal success, even when a patient may have a terminal diagnosis.   Session One (Feb 21): Cultural Attitudes about Death and Dying.   In the first segment of this workshop, we will be reviewing cultural views about death, the grieving process, and...
How often do you perfect the delicate balance between personal and professional responsiblities? Would you be surprised to hear research suggests that such "balance" does not exist? If that is the case, pursuing balance is an exhausting and self defeating task. Let's talk about how to reframe our goals for work/life management and tips to evaluate how you're doing...

Spiritual Wellness

OU Health University of Medical Center is looking for interested college or graduate students to join our Adult Volunteer team. Preferred time commitment would be a 2-4 hour shift once per week, Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 am and 8 pm. Volunteer tasks include: Working with Patients in ER, Endoscopy and Diagnostics – Helping patients find the check-in, checking...
Please join the Veterans and Military Alliance (VMA) on the first Friday of each month by wearing RED.   What is RED Fridays?  Remember Everyone Deployed (RED) encourages people to wear RED on Fridays to support those serving in the military, as well as those who have died during service. So if your schedule allows we would love for you to participate with...
Join us as we discuss how medical professionals may help patients, caregivers, and other professionals define clinical and personal success, even when a patient may have a terminal diagnosis.   Session One (Feb 21): Cultural Attitudes about Death and Dying.   In the first segment of this workshop, we will be reviewing cultural views about death, the grieving process, and...

Intellectual Wellness

The OU BNGAP chapter will be hosting their annual academic conference catered to medical students, residents, and fellows interested in exploring opportunities within academic medicine!   This is a great chance to learn how to strengthen your portfolio, build your knowledge base on networking, and discover new opportunities for mentorship - all of which will better prepare you for a...

Occupational Wellness

OU Health University of Medical Center is looking for interested college or graduate students to join our Adult Volunteer team. Preferred time commitment would be a 2-4 hour shift once per week, Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 am and 8 pm. Volunteer tasks include: Working with Patients in ER, Endoscopy and Diagnostics – Helping patients find the check-in, checking...
You got into professional school because of your hard work, perseverance, and dedication to your studies. But studying and performing on exams at a professional level may require a different set of skills than what you have used before. Let’s dive into the neuroscience behind what our brains need to sustain focus, absorb information, and increase memory and discover some study methods to...
Have you ever wondered why it is so easy to see the negative in almost any situation? Do you wish that your mind wouldn’t automatically think of the worst possible outcome? Join us as we learn about the “Negativity Bias,” how it can distort our thinking, and discover how to use ‘Mind-Control’ skills to direct our thoughts in more beneficial...

Social Wellness

Order roses, candy, and a small gift for your significant other. All proceeds benefit the Equality Center in Tulsa. 

 

Place order here: 

 

Monday, January 31 @ 12:00 PM

General Body Meeting

First general body meeting of the spring semester for LUMINA. 

 

Insomnia Cookies for pick up- first floor of the HSC Student Union. 

 

Zoom:

        Meeting ID: 935 0386 9705

       Passcode: 44459062

How we talk about suicide matters. Talk Saves Lives is a brief introduction on what you can do to help recognize and prevent suicide in your family, friends, peers, and patients. This is tailored to the students at this campus and will include additional online resources to practice and improve your skill in having uncomfortable conversations that help save lives.   Attend in-person...