The Health and Wellness module of the campus app is home to Health Pass and provides an overview of all student interactions with health forms and QR codes. It also records a student’s Health History and Contact Tracing history.
Students can view the Health and Wellness app module by following these steps:
- Log in to the app and tap My Profile
- Tap Health and Wellness
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Health & Wellness
Campus Pass is determined based on a student’s answers to forms such as the Self-Reporting form and Pre-Screener. It can also be set by an administrator, according to the date of the student's most recent COVID test. A student’s campus pass can tell students if they are clear to come to campus or if they should stay home. Campus Pass can also give further instructions to students if they are not clear to come to campus. For more information, see Campus Pass.
Assessment History shows the record of all student submissions for various health forms. This includes the form title, date, and the student’s answers to the form.
Location History shows a record of a student’s interactions with your school’s safe reopening program, such as COVID-19 service centers and locations tagged with QR codes.
When a student taps Testing Centers, they see the campus map overlaid with the locations of the COVID-19 Testing Centers you have set up using Campus Cloud Services.
For more information about adding COVID-19 testing centers to the campus map, please see:
You can use a student’s answers to forms to automatically determine if they are cleared to come to campus, or if they should stay home and seek medical advice. This is done by issuing a Campus Pass, which students can access using the app.
For example, you can set up a pre-screener assessment form, and based on a student's answers to those questions, you can update the student's case status. The student's case status determines the Campus Pass they will receive -- it appears in the Health and Wellness module on the campus app.
A student’s Campus Pass can be:
- Clear. A clear pass gives access to locations around campus. Can be set to expire at midnight on day of issue.
- Restricted. A restricted pass will not allow access to locations around campus, and will give an error message if a student tries to scan a QR code to attend such a location.
Every case status has an associated Campus Pass. You can link a Case Status to a Campus Pass that will be generated for the student.
You can associate a second Campus Pass to a case status. If too much time passes since a student's last Covid test, you can assign a different campus pass until they update their test results.
For more information, see Assign a Case Status to a Case.
Campus Passes are customizable in Campus Cloud. You can create Campus Passes for use in your COVID-19 workflows, then set up the Case Status rules to issue those passes to students. You can configure the colour and icon of any campus pass, and text including hyperlinks.
Figure 1. Campus Pass
You can make changes to each Campus Pass from Campus Settings.
For more information, see Customize Campus Pass.
Use the Campus Map to Show Covid-19 Testing Centers
Being able to refer students to testing centers is an important part of safe reopening. You can add COVID-19 testing centers to the campus map for students to easily access.
- Click Manage, then under Campus Resources, click Locations
- Click Create Location
- For category, select Testing Center
- Type a name for this location and an acronym
- Upload an image (optional)
- Type the address and select your location from the list of results.
- Add a description, phone, email, link label and link (optional)
- Toggle on/ off opening hours and checkmark opening days and time*
- Click "Save"
Figure 2. Create Location
Campus Cloud adds the testing center to the campus map. The testing center is displayed in the Health and Wellness module of the campus app. A map of testing centers appears in “Testing for Covid-19” in the app’s Health and Wellness module.
Check Location History on Campus App:
- Navigate to "My Profile"
- Select "Health & Wellness"
- Click on "Testing Centers"
Figure 2. Locations in Campus App
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