Health at the TU Ilmenau

The University Health Management (UGM) of TU Ilmenau supports employees and students in their performance.

We are convinced that health is an important prerequisite for successful work and study. The UGM therefore includes both individual preventive measures and the creation of health-promoting conditions. An ergonomically designed workplace, health courses and psychosocial counselling are just a small excerpt from the UGM programme.

The starting point for the UGM is surveys and health reports. From these, the needs of staff and students are systematically determined, goals derived, and measures for the target groups developed and evaluated, taking into account diversity aspects and equal opportunities. Effectiveness and sustainability are important to us, which is why we implement the UGM program with internal partners and Techniker Krankenkasse.

Healthy work

Our offers for employees, such as health courses, preventive measures or active breaks, are designed to promote healthy working and bring more movement into the often sedentary working day.

Healthy studyingpixabay.com / jarmoluk

Study healthy

Healthy studying through optimal study conditions, health courses and counselling services - at TU Ilmenau students can take advantage of a wide range of offers. The offers include physical and mental health as well as a healthy togetherness.

 

News

Re-opening chillout area in the University Library from July 28
more infomation for students






 

Stadtradeln 2021 - Team TU Ilmenau team was awarded
15476 km by bike and 2275 kg of CO2 saved! Gold award from  the district and the city and Klima-Bündnis! A total of 82 employees and students participated.

 

COVID-19 Q&Afor students
wednesdays, 7 pm
more information & registration







 

TK-GesundheitsCoach for employees and students
Coaching sessions make it easy to achieve personal health goals in the areas of fitness, nutrition, relaxation or not smoking. Members of the TU can use the digital offer with a voucher code.
Access via the TU intranet

Service & Contact

Andrea Krieg Project Management

+49 3677 69 1710

andrea.krieg@tu-ilmenau.de

Dipl.-Psych. Carolin Stotzka Counselling and Inclusion

+49 3677 69-3339

carolin.stotzka@tu-ilmenau.de

 

Isabella Liedtke Health Management

+49 3677 69-4961

isabella.liedtke@tu-ilmenau.de

Georg Peter Student Health Management

+49 3677 69-4962

georg.peter@tu-ilmenau.de

Networks

Exchange forum "From university for university

Under the umbrella brand "Healthy Universities in Thuringia", the exchange forum "From University to University" was founded in 2017. Techniker Krankenkasse is a sponsor, technical expert, initiator and companion of the exchange forum. Nine of ten Thuringian universities and the Studierendenwerk Thüringen joined the exchange forum in 2017. The project management and coordination are located at TU Ilmenau.

Working Group for Health Promoting Universities

The Working Group for Health Promoting Universities (AGH) has existed since 1995 and was founded by the Landesvereinigung für Gesundheit Niedersachsen e. V. (since 2008: Landesvereinigung für Gesundheit und Akademie für Sozialmedizin Niedersachsen e. V.) and the Forschungsverbund Gesundheits- wissenschaften Niedersachsen (FGN). The TU Ilmenau is a long-standing member of the AGH.

Competence Center Health Promoting University

The Competence Center Health Promoting Universities (KGH) would like to further develop and expand Occupational Health Management (OHM) and Student Health Management (SGM) together with actors from universities and support them with a variety of activities and offers. The TU Ilmenau is represented in the advisory board of the KGH and regularly participates in the offers.

UniversityNetwork AddictionHealth

The HochschulNetzwerk SuchtGesundheit (University Network AddictionHealth) is an association of experts and interested persons from universities, colleges and university hospitals who are active in workplace addiction prevention, employee counselling and health promotion. It emerged in 2001 from the nationwide conferences on "Workplace addiction prevention and health promotion at universities and university hospitals" and has continued to develop.