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Collaborations Connections Improving Campus Well-Being

Health & Productivity FY17 Annual Report (July 1, 2016–June 30, 2017) Partnerships are vital for optimal performance and well-being, both organizationally and individually. The Health & Productivity units of University Human Resources—UI Employee Assistance Program, UI Wellness (liveWELL), and Family Services—provide quality programs in concert with other entities to enhance the overall health and well-being of our campus community. Our units create value by providing innovative, accessible and “best in class” services to all University of Iowa faculty and staff. Outcomes range from improved health to increased satisfaction with working at the University of Iowa, to improved performance at work.

Health and Productivity is a unit of University Human Resources


Campus Collaboration: Recreational Services

Prevention: Building Resilience @UIowa

Health Coaching / Personal Training

2017 marks the third year Health and Productivity units have responded to campus needs with proactive training and skill building on dealing with change and challenges via the Building Resilience @UIowa initiative.

53 Health Coach participants worked one-on-one with a Personal Trainer. liveWELL financially supports the training that includes a pre/post Functional Movement Screening.

Spring Break Camps for UI Families This successful partnership between Family Services and Recreational Services allows parents to continue to work while children are out of school during Spring Break. Excitement provided by the camp can be summed up with the following quote from one family.

I felt guided and encouraged and quietly, steadily challenged in every meeting and on every step along the way.

Departmental Trainings Thirty-seven (37) workshops were held reaching 1,006 participants and included trainings for groups like “Resiliency in the Workplace” for the UIHC Staff Nurse and Experience Nurse Residency Programs and “The Resilient Leader” training for staff at UI Parking & Transportation.

– Marguerite Miller, University Libraries

85% said that their personal well-being has improved as a result of participation in the workshop at their dept. 87% indicated that their ability to effectively respond to challenges and move forward in a positive way has increased 88% felt that their ability to perform optimally increased as a result of participation 92% indicated an improvement in their satisfaction with working at the University of Iowa

Family Services:

Resilience 101 – Group Health Coaching

What was your child’s least favorite part of the camp?

Six, 4-part series focused on resilience were held in various locations including Med Labs, CRWC, UIHC and University Capitol Centre.

Parent:

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction referrals

Health Coach participants can receive Personal Training

A longstanding partnership has existed since 1996 with UI Behavioral Health and their Mindfulness-based programs, with the University contributing to the growing evidence-base for the benefits of practicing mindfulness. 77 Health Coach participants were referred to the 8-week MBSR program.

The End. My child cried on the way home!

Recreation Membership Incentive Program University employees have the opportunity to earn a 50% incentive towards an annual single membership to the campus recreation facilities as a part of this partnership that began in 2010 with the opening of the Campus Recreation and Wellness Center. • 4,000+ faculty and staff are members

Performance Feedback

Video Views

“My blood pressure is lower and I am taking less medication for my anxiety.” “The pain associated with my chronic condition has decreased. I’m taking less ibuprofen and am no longer self-medicating with wine.”

July 1, 2017 – June 30, 2017

Health & Well-being

Resilience, Performance & Engagement Spring Break Camps serve children of UI Families

“My ability to concentrate at work has improved and I’m sleeping better.” “I am more tolerant of ambiguity and better able to respond to my emotions.”

4,698 Most popular: The Power of Positive Self-Talk

Accessibility: UI Employee Assistance Program Problems that interfere with our work or family success can happen to any of us at any time. This is where the UI Employee Assistance Program can help. Accessibility is a key factor in getting the help that we need. The UI EAP’s services are designed to be a “just in time” resource for University of Iowa faculty, staff, and their family members.

Includes contracted work provided through

Chemical Dependency

(a unit of UI Health Care)

The University of Iowa Employee Assistance Program has served as an excellent resource for so many of my patients who are UI employees. It is my starting place for every patient who could benefit from counseling. I have found EAP to be immediately accessible to employees and their families and every single patient I send has been happy with the experience. – Kelly S. Skelly, MD, Department of Family Medicine, Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine

Short-term therapy

that renews to support employees throughout their employment life cycle

4 campus locations

East- and West-Campus locations

100% rate of seeing same day, 95% of participants would recommend UI EAP to others 90% report their personal well-being has improved

urgent appointments

165 Supervisor Consultations or Referrals

The UI Employee Assistance Program (UI EAP) offers comprehensive, integrated services that are free, voluntary and confidential. • Sleep resources • Strategies to cope with stress • Expertise in substance abuse • Consultation regarding behavioral health concerns • Suicide Prevention • Critical Incident Response

We are there when you need us


Key Measures of Success Health & Productivity • July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2017

20,934

with

participants in programs & services

14,452 unique faculty/staff members served

Cost Savings 113k

$

EAP/SHUTi (Sleep) Program serving 100 clients

$

24k

108,492

$

Cost savings due to weight loss by participants in Live Healthy Iowa Program

UP TO

$

Use of internal vs. external EAP providers

1.2M

5.6M

$

in projected savings from annual flu vaccine campaign

Cost avoidance based upon absenteeism associated with health risk analysis

1419

665

Employee Assistance Program counseling sessions

13,240

Health Coach participants

Personal Health Assessment participants

40,542

Views at liveWELL Healthy Living Center

Questions? Contact Us.

Family Services

UI Employee Assistance Program

UI Wellness

319-335-1371 familyservices@uiowa.edu

319-335-2085 eaphelp@uiowa.edu

319-353-2973 livewell@uiowa.edu

Health & Productivity Annual Report FY17  

Collaborations & Connections: Improving Campus Well-Being This is the annual report for the Health & Productivity units of University Human...

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