Kelly Wunderlich is a research coordinator at the University of British Columbia. As part of her role, she is the project manager for the Canadian Campus Wellbeing Survey (CCWS; https://www.ccws-becc.ca/), a Canadian health and wellbeing assessment tool for Canadian post-secondary campuses. She also coordinates data collection and acts as a knowledge broker for BC schools taking part in the COMPASS study, and coordinates the evaluation of the Walk or Run to Quit program that was a collaboration between the Canadian Cancer Society and Running Room. She enjoys working on projects and evaluations that have knowledge mobilization components so that they have an impact beyond research studies.
Professor Guy Faulkner and Kelly Wunderlich (School of Kinesiology, UBC) present on the Canadian Campus Wellbeing Survey (CCWS) with an overview of results from the cohort of British Columbian institutions participating in the winter/spring of 2020.
The presentation provides an overview of provincial results, demonstrates the feedback mechanism through which data is communicated to institutions, and highlights examples of how the CCWS research database is being used. Perspectives on the tableau interface through which results are communicated (Jeff Burrow, University of Toronto) and how the CCWS is being used by one institution (Matt Dolf, University of British Columbia) will be shared. A final discussion on the potential to use the CCWS to inform institutional practices and programming is facilitated.