The past year gave us a lot of reasons to be angry, and all that frustration can be harmful to our mental health. We talk with a psychologist (UW-Green Bay Prof. Ryan Martin) about how to manage anger and turn it into positive action.
Hi, I’m Jeremy Cleven, and today we’re going to walk through the testing process for those of you being tested on the Green Bay campus.
We’re outside the Kress Event Center right now, near the turf gym. This will be your entrance that you take to come in for the test.
Once you make your testing appointment on the MyPrevea app, you will arrive to the Kress Center at your appointment time. You’ll enter at the first door of the turf gym, come on in wait in the socially distanced staging area, on the assigned spot.
From there you will be asked to proceed to one of the check-in stations. There you will show your ID, verify who you are, and provide us with your student ID number.
Once you appropriately check in you’ll be headed to the collection area. We have three collection areas. Just go to which one you’re called. The collection will involve you just verifying who you are and having a cotton tip swab inside your nostril. It doesn’t go very deep so it shouldn’t bother you too much.
Once your collection is taken you’ll be free to go. We will handle the testing on the back end and you should know your results through the MyPrevea app within a day.
Once we collect your sample you will follow the pathway to exit the building. It’s important to follow the path so we don’t have people running into each other and we can maintain socially distanced interactions. You will be required to leave the building through the door behind me, heading out towards the soccer stadium. You will not be able to re-enter the Kress Center unless you head around to the fitness center area.
This testing process is an important part of keeping you safe and keeping a healthy campus. Thank you for following instructions. Thank you for making the appointments.
Thank you for masking. Thank you for socially distancing.
This is meant to help you have a fun and safe experience while you’re on campus.
Information regarding My Prevea.com
Visit My Prevea.com or use the MyPrevea app. If you do not have an account, you will need to create one. Once an account is set-up, click on COVID-19 Test on the right side of your screen. Follow the process detailed below in Steps 1-7 to schedule a COVID-19 antigen test. Please allow yourself 20-30 minutes for testing. The test will be administered in the Kress Center Turf Gym.
If you have questions about antigen testing, please reach out to the Office of COVID-19 Response at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 920-465-5060.
UW-Green Bay’s Health and Wellness Program was recently featured on Local Five Live in light of the attention health care workers are receiving during the coronavirus pandemic. Associate Professor and Chair of Nursing & Health Studies Christine Vandenhouten was interviewed to give some insight into the field and program. Watch the interview via Health and Wellness Management program at UW-Green Bay | WFRV.
Can you save a life? It’s as simple as the push of a button. Please join the Healthy Heart Lunch ‘n Learn on Friday, Feb. 8, 2019 from 12 p.m. to 12:45 p.m. in the Alumni Room of the UW-Green Bay’s University Union, and get a crash course on how to use the Automated External Defibrillator (AED) and learn other simple life saving tips from Public Safety Officer Dave Jones. The Healthy Heart Challenge will also kick off on Friday, Feb. 8, 2019, where you can find the AED’s around campus, unscramble as many heart health-related words as you can and then submit your worksheet to get your name in the drawing for a wellness prize.
The annual UW-Green Bay Employee Benefits and Wellness Fair will be taking place on Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2018 from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Phoenix Rooms located within UW-Green Bay’s University Union. Learn more.
Herb Blue’s Total Self Defense LLC will be presenting two Self Defense Workshops for UW-Green Bay employees on Wednesday, Feb. 28 in Room 103 of the University Union. The first workshop is for women only and will take place from 11 a.m. to noon. The second workshop is for all participants and will take place from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Each workshop is limited to 30 employees and will be reserved on a first come, first serve basis. Email email@example.com to sign up.