How we're moving forward during COVID-19.
And the resources that will help you transition to a remote work environment.
Dear entrepreneurship@UBC Community,
The impact of the COVID-19 outbreak continues to cause concern both within Canada and across the world. entrepreneurship@UBC is following the leadership of the university and the advice of the BC Centre for Disease Control on our planned response.
entrepreneurship@UBC continues to operate on a “business-as-usual” basis, continuing programs and hosting ventures. We encourage you to continue to monitor the updates provided by the university on UBC’s Campus Notifications page and the resources below:
Resources from UBC:
Resources from authorities:
Our ecosystem of entrepreneurs, mentors, students, faculty, staff and alumni are our priority and we are building a continuity plan to ensure the right measures are being taken for the safety of our community.
In the meantime, we’ve compiled a list of resources to help equip you with the best tips and plans of action moving forward through this challenging time. Take a look, below.
5 resources for staying healthy and happy.
In no particular order...
The 5 simple steps you should be following to keep your hands clean: Hand Hygiene sources from IPAC Canada.
How to stay emotionally happy during the Coronavirus...Psychology Today’s proven techniques from embracing best health practices and self care tips.
A list within a list: Coronavirus anxiety - helpful tips and resources including news and expert advice from WHO and the CDC.
From UBC Food Services, get the 8 tips for healthy eats and a happy wallet to help you stay on it even in times of concern.
How to self isolate at home and when to seek medical care: CBC’s guide to self isolation.
So you are working from home...
How to remain productive while working remotely
Check out Product Hunt’s best apps to work wherever you are in the world. With 20+ options, you are bound to find the app that works for you.
Working as part of a team? Look into Slack’s consult offering on how to set up your team for remote work.
Peruse Nextiva’s 25 working from home tips ranging from avoiding “work creep” to setting concrete break times.
Get yourself set up with the best real time communications tools to stay up to date and connected with your colleagues here.
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