Check on your wellness with an in-person screening or online assessment focusing on one of the Windows to Wellness. To schedule an in-person screening for yourself or your workplace, email GatorCareWellness@shands.ufl.edu.
Learn your weight, BMI, body fat percentage, and hydration levels. After the screening, meet with a health educator to review your results and learn how to meet your goals.
Learn your blood pressure numbers and meet with a health educator to review your results and discuss lifestyle changes that can help maintain or improve your numbers.
Take a free online mental health screening to check in on your emotional wellness. Topics include depression, alcohol use, PTSD, disordered eating, and overall wellbeing.
Burnout is not a medical diagnosis, but is a special type of emotional, physical, and mental exhaustion caused by excessive prolonged stress. It can occur when you feel overwhelmed and unable to meet constant demands. Take this brief assessment to measure your risk for burnout.
Harvard offers free online Implicit Association Tests (IATs) on a range of topics including religion, weight, disability, race, and sexuality. Learn about your attitudes or beliefs towards different groups and topics.