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WILD 5 Wellness: A 30-Day Intervention

2017-09-05 21:38:21 | BioPortfolio

Summary

The purpose of this study is to explore the efficacy and feasibility of an integrated, prescriptive, and trackable wellness intervention combining five wellness elements including exercise, mindfulness, sleep, social connectedness, and nutrition in First Year Beloit College students self-selected into a wellness focused first year initiative.

Description

The purpose of this study is to explore the efficacy and feasibility of an integrated, prescriptive, and trackable wellness intervention combining five wellness elements including exercise, mindfulness, sleep, social connectedness, and nutrition in First Year Beloit College students self-selected into a wellness focused first year initiative. This program is called "WILD 5 Wellness: A 30-Day Intervention". Results for this study will be quantified through the use of standardized self-report questionnaires administered prior to and after students complete the WILD 5 program. Data will be collected to evaluate participants' adherence and response to each element of WILD 5, a 5-pronged 30-day wellness intervention. It is expected that this 30-day integrated, prescriptive, and trackable program will be found to be an efficacious wellness intervention for First Year Beloit College students.

Study Design

Conditions

Wellness

Intervention

WILD 5 Wellness Interventions

Location

Beloit College
Beloit
Wisconsin
United States
53511

Status

Enrolling by invitation

Source

Beloit College

Results (where available)

View Results

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Published on BioPortfolio: 2017-09-05T21:38:21-0400

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