College of the Rockies Nursing and Kinesiology students holding health fair

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Attendees at College of the Rockies’ 2019 Health Promotion Fair were treated to valuable health information from Bachelor of Science in Nursing students. The 2020 Health Promotion Fair will take place on Thursday, February 6 from 12:00 to 4:00 p.m. at the Baker Street Professional Centre.

Third annual health promotion fair will offer information on ten different health-related topics

College of the Rockies’ first-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) and Kinesiology students will host their annual Health Promotion Fair on Thursday, February 6 from 12:00 to 4:00 p.m. at the Baker Street Professional Centre.

Students will be on-hand to provide information on a variety of topics, including: Trusting your Gut, Cannabis Education, Distracted Driving, Fall Prevention, Infection Prevention, Elements of Well-Being, Vaping, Physical Literacy, and the impact of Caffeine.

The Annual Health Promotion Fair provides an opportunity for students to research a specific topic and to share the most up-to-date information with the public.

“Through their participation in this Fair, our students are given the opportunity to engage the public in a meaningful way and to hone their teaching and learning skills,” said Heather Hepworth, Dean, Health and Human Services. “The public shows wonderful support for our students through their attendance at this event each year, and they benefit by learning some new and valuable health information.”

Learn more about College of the Rockies’ Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Kinesiology programs.


About College of the Rockies
For more than 40 years, College of the Rockies has provided post-secondary education that meets the needs and aspirations of the people, industry and businesses of our region. Each year, we welcome more than 10,000 full-time and part-time students into a full range of programs, including: skilled trades, university studies, adult upgrading, early childhood education, health and human services, business, office administration, tourism, hospitality, recreation, fire services, continuing education and contract training. Through smaller class sizes, highly-personalized instruction and dedicated support services, our students are primed to succeed in the job market, or in the next stage of their academic journey.

Heather Jackson
Manager, Communications and Marketing
College of the Rockies