Onsite Programs

Please note that all wellness programs are currently being held via Zoom.

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May Wellness Programs At-a-Glance

Stop the Bleed (Webinar)

Stop the Bleed is a national awareness campaign and call-to-action. Join Brown's Department of Public Safety, 12 p.m., for Stop the Bleed, a program intended to cultivate grassroots efforts that encourage bystanders to become trained, equipped, and empowered to help in a bleeding emergency before professional help arrives. A life-threatening bleed can take someone’s life within minutes. Learn basic bleeding control techniques and be empowered to save a life until first responders arrive. This wellness program counts toward 2022 Wellness Rewards. Registration is open.


May 19, 2022

12-1 PM






Thriving with Nature (Webinar)

Join Blue Cross Blue Shield Rhode Island to discover how spending time in nature can reduce feelings of anger, fear and stress. Nature doesn't just make us feel better; it can improve our physical and mental health. This wellness webinar begins at 12 p.m. and counts toward 2022 Wellness Rewards. Registration is open.


May 24, 2022

12-1 PM






Cook This, Not That (Webinar)

Cooking at home can be a fun, budget-friendly and delicious way to nourish your body and connect with family. But do your home-cooked meals need a nutrition makeover? Join Wellness Workdays, 12 p.m., to learn how to choose a healthy recipe, make ingredient swaps, and turn your favorite meals into the healthiest version they can be. This wellness webinar counts toward 2022 Wellness Rewards. Registration is open.


May 25, 2022

12-1 PM






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