Peer Health is the student source for health promotion information and initiatives at Mount Allison University.   

In collaboration with the registered nurse/educator, student volunteers interact with fellow students on a monthly basis to provide up-to-date health promotion information.

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The goal of peer health is students helping students in leading a healthy lifestyle while attending Mount Allison University.  Such a philosophy will help all get the most out of the university experience.
  
Peer Health services
Peer Health offers a variety of outreach activities to specific University groups and societies, as well as the University community at large. Peer Health advisors facilitate and/or participate in a variety of special events, awareness weeks, interactive displays, workshops, residence activities, and many other initiatives that promote healthy living.

Interested in being a member of the Health Matters Society? Contact the health intern at healthintern@mta.ca

Looking for information on national health promotion observances?   http://www.healthfinder.gov/nho/