Student Health Services, in partnership with Sedgwick County Health Dept., has set up two free STD (sexually transmitted disease) testing clinics for all currently enrolled WSU students.
Free STD testing for gonorrhea, chlamydia and HIV will be available in Student Health Services on April 23, 2014 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and on April 24, 2014, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m
Sex Ed Boot Camp: Taking Care of Your Privates
April 21, 2014 at 6:30 pm - WSU Hughes Metroplex at 29th St. North and Oliver
Sexologist Dr. Joni Frater and Esther Lastique are on a mission to help students deal with the challenges of relationships and sexuality in a college atmosphere. This dynamic duo use honesty, sensitivity and humor to help students own and celebrate their sexuality by learning:
· the difference between hooking up and building a relationship,
· sexual responsibility and consent
· advanced techniques to maximize pleasure while playing it safe
The program is designed to engage students in conversation about love, sex, and everything in between.
This is NOT your typical sex ed lecture!
The program is co-sponsored by Student Health Services, Campus Recreation, Housing Residence Life, Office of International Education, Office of Multicultural Affairs, Student Involvement and the Student Wellness Action Team
Student Health Services is now open late to better serve you. Our new hours are:
Monday-Thursday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Here is a link to a list of other departments that are open late http://wichita.edu/openlate
Are you new to WSU this semester? After you enroll in classes, log into your myWSU account and click the link to the survey located at the bottom left of the window. Please complete this survey to prevent your account being put on hold.
If you are having difficulties, call 316-978-3620 or stop by our clinic at 209 Ahlberg Hall.
For more information about the Tuberculosis prevention plan click here.
The vaccine is being offered to any WSU student. The vaccine is available in our office during our triage times. We do require you to prepay for the vaccine. For more information, please call 316-978-3620 and/or please visit our Meningitis Information page.
Vaccinations are available during our triage times shown on our home page.
You can’t believe everything you see on the Internet and this is especially true when it comes to health information. However, not all health information on the Internet is bad. You just have to follow a couple simple rules to ensure you are getting accurate information.
Rule #1 Don’t “Google” or “Wikipedia” your symptoms and read every result. Some of the information may not be coming from medical professionals or be reliable.
Rule #2 When looking for medical information online, use websites sponsored by the government, medical schools, major research centers and national organizations.
Here is a list of websites that would be good sources for health information:
www.cdc.gov - Center for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC)
www.healthfinder.gov - U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
www.health.gov - National Health Information Center
www.medline.gov - Medline Plus
www.healthywomen.org - National Women’s Health Information Center (NWHIC)
www.mayoclinic.com - The Mayo Clinic
www.cancernet.nci.nih.gov - National Cancer Institute
www.mdanderson.org - M.D. Anderson Cancer Institute
www.cancer.org - American Cancer Society
www.diabetes.org - American Diabetes Association
www.heart.org - American Heart Association
Student Health Services now offers Plan B Emergency Contraceptive. No appointment is necessary. Please call 316-978-3620 for more information.
Staff meetings are usually held the 1st and 2nd Wednesday of every month, 12:00 pm-1:30 pm. The office is closed during these times. Our schedule is a bit different during summer and breaks between classes, check out our home page for these hours.