What began as the CamPuls research project has now, two years later, come much closer to being a student health management (SHM) programme. The aim of the SHM programme is to promote, develop, and drive student health at HAW Hamburg. Put briefly, it is about ensuring that students at the university feel healthy and well. To achieve this, the CamPuls Team is working to transform HAW Hamburg into a health-promoting university in the long term. It is orienting this work on the 10 quality criteria outlined by the Working Group on Health-promoting Universities.
CamPuls offers various programmes that not only support student health and study success but are also fun! The team works closely with internal university partners such as Studierendenwerk, the University Sports Association (Hochschulsport), the Students' Union (AStA), etc. and aims to link already existing offers. Central to its work is the idea that students themselves be integrated as project participants. In its initial project phase, CamPuls was funded by the Techniker health insurance company. It is currently funded by the AOK Rheinland/Hamburg health insurance company.
The CamPuls research project began in 2019. Since then it has carried out numerous events, workshops and challenges. Students from the various HAW Hamburg departments and faculties have taken part.
During this time, the CamPuls team has produced a large collection of guides, recipes, training and much more to help students stay healthy and be successful during their studies. It's worth having a look at the following pages:
- CamPuls EMIL room – WS21 (No enrolment key is required.)
- CamPuls Instagram account: @campuls_haw
It is also possible to register for various events and programmes on this page.