Binge Drinking Stakeholders

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Binge Drinking Stakeholders by Mind Map: Binge Drinking Stakeholders

1. Campus Services

1.1. Security

1.1.1. Consult for binge drinking reduction strategies

1.2. Residence

1.2.1. Evidence of Binge Drinking culture at Residence

1.2.2. Discuss existing drinking regulations and program development

1.3. MacEwan Medical Clinic

1.3.1. Provides primary health care and prevention focused services

1.3.2. Collaborate with health professionals to connect at-risk students with program

1.4. Wellness and Psychological Services

1.4.1. Provide counselling support and assistance to students

1.4.2. Connect students seeking counselling with program as needed

1.5. MacEwan Sexual Violence Initiative

1.5.1. Creating culture of consent and connecting students with supports

1.5.2. Collaborate with program development and include program in student supports

1.6. Towers on Fourth

1.6.1. Campus bar

1.6.2. Collaborate for program development and implement safety precautions

2. Community

2.1. Alberta Health Services

2.1.1. Potential for program funding assistance

2.2. Knoxvilles party bus

2.2.1. Discuss program advertising possibilities

3. Student Organizations

3.1. Sports Clubs and Intramural Leagues

3.1.1. Binge Drinking culture can be a part of sports and recreation

3.1.2. Include information about Binge Drinking program when students sign up

3.2. Students Association of MacEwan University (SAMU)

3.2.1. Student Clubs available for all students - collaborate with and assist in raising awareness

3.2.2. Student run, organizes events

3.2.3. Peer Support program with "trained listeners"

3.2.4. Rents out poster space for advertising

4. Faculty

4.1. Athletic Teams

4.1.1. Binge Drinking culture can be a part of professional athletics

4.1.2. Collaborate with coaching staff to develop program and share information with athletes

4.2. All Program Departments

4.2.1. Binge Drinking program information can be included in course orientation

4.3. Administrative Departments

4.3.1. Budgeting and Resource Planning

4.3.2. Facilities

4.3.3. Office of Communications and Marketing

4.3.4. Student Affairs

4.4. Technology Support

4.4.1. Consult for Blackboard program development