Tuesday, September 25, 2018
12:00–1:30 p.m.


University Center, Room 212

Sleep and Your Well-Being

Part of the Health Services Center’s Work-Life Wellness Certificate for all undergraduate and graduate students.

A good night’s sleep is very important for maintaining optimal health. Sleep quality is equally as important as eating healthy and exercising. Unfortunately, the Western environment is not conducive to healthy sleeping habits. Come on by and learn how to improve your quality of sleep.

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Dr. Marilyn Klainberg, College of Nursing and Public Health Faculty
Dr. Klainberg has taught community health nursing and is the co-author of two community health textbooks, Community Health Nursing, An Alliance for Health (which has been revised this fall 2014), and Today’s Nursing Leader, but her passion lies in the utilization of the computer to enhance nursing education. She has written several articles on the use of PDAs in healthcare and on computer testing. Her most recent book chapter deals with computer testing and appears in the Annual Review of Nursing Education, Volume 2, 2004.
Dr. Maureen Roller, College of Nursing and Public Health Faculty
Dr. Roller completed the Doctorate of Nursing Practice program at Case Western Reserve University with a concentration in education. Teaching students to prepare for their future RN roles and incorporate the art, science and caring role of nursing is her goal.

About the Work-Life Wellness Certificate Program

The Work-Life Wellness Certificate Program is an initiative hosted by Health Services Center.

Its goal is to assist Adelphi undergraduate and graduate students in developing skills to bring with them for life after college. This program will enable students to evaluate potential areas of need through a wellness survey, and will address 6 different topic areas.

For further information, please contact:

Health Services Center
Waldo Hall
p – 516.877.6000
f – 516.877.6008
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Member of American College Health Association (ACHA)

Member of American College Health Association (ACHA)