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Coastal Carolina University (CCU) partners with TimelyMD to ensure students are able to get the medical and mental health care they need when they need it.
TimelyMD has created a helpful white paper for colleges and universities to use as a reference for postvention, how postvention helps the campus community, and the importance of having a virtual health and well-being platform for students to use 24/7.
When considering adding a virtual health care platform to your campus, it’s important to consider what you’re looking for, like services, platform capabilities, and integrations.
This document provides institutions with an overview of how students have been impacted by the pandemic, what to expect as students return to learning and strategies to best support student health and well-being while creating a safe and healthy environment for learning, living, and thriving.
Download the results of a March 2021 survey of over 1,300 nationwide college students. The survey assessed the state of student mental health one year after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In August 2021, TimelyMD conducted a nationwide survey of college students. The goal of the survey was to understand student concerns while returning to campus with the Delta variant threatening their hopes for a more “normal” semester.
In June 2020, TimelyMD conducted a nationwide survey of college students regarding the impact of COVID-19 on mental health. The students’ responses indicated that stress and anxiety increased due to COVID-19.
TimelyMD, the leading telehealth provider for higher education institutions, conducted a nationwide survey of nearly 1,700 college students. The goal was to assess the state of student mental health as the COVID-19 pandemic threatens to enter its third calendar year.
TimelyMD, the leading virtual health and well-being provider for higher education institutions, conducted a nationwide survey of over 1,100 college students. The goal was to better understand students’ perspectives on virtual health. Now, more than ever, students expect their college or university to offer virtual health care options.