Students, including online and nontraditional students, expect digitally enabled experiences. This applies to teaching students about physical and mental health and to support programs such as around sexual behaviors, drugs and alcohol, healthy eating and exercise, and stress management. These are typically provided via pamphlets, orientation workshops, or fliers.
Goals and Objectives
Provide more personalized, private, and engaging health education content to students using digital tools and interactive content. This can be used to support in-person programs.
Student portals, health websites, secure patient messaging, mobile apps, student education and medical information platforms, enterprise student portals and feedback platforms, chatbots and intelligent assistants
Use Case Summary
Using technologies to deliver personalized, timely information at different touch points help better engage students and improve outcomes in student mental and physical health and safety.