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Health and wellness

Your health is important to us! The University aims to encourage health awareness, and we therefore offer reimbursement of expenses for health promotion and a health promotion hour.

Health promotion

All employees at Lund University are entitled to reimbursement of health promotion activities and to a health promotion hour.

Through its health promotion benefits, Lund University wants to encourage health awareness among its employees, offering them an opportunity to participate regularly in health promoting activities.

The University hopes that this will lead to

  • increased well-being at work
  • create a pleasant workplace with a sense of community and
  • reduced absence due to illness
  • prevent and reduce occupational injuries.

More information about the University’s health promotion initiatives


Rehabilitation is an umbrella term for all medical, psychological, social and work-related measures that help employees to recover their fitness to work following illness or injury.

More information about rehabilitation

Substance abuse

Lund University seeks to be an alcohol- and drug-free workplace. If you have an alcohol- or drug-related problem, you have the right to support and help.

Help available at the University for alcohol and drug abuse

Occupational Health Service

You can contact the Occupational Health Service for work related

  • medical advice
  • counselling
  • ergonomic advice

The Occupational Health Service works to achieve healthy, well-functioning and pleasant workplaces, and is available to help employees and work environment coordinators.

More information about the Occupational Health Service


Contact your line manager or the human resources officer within your department/faculty or equivalent.

Occupational Health Service
+46 46 222 32 80

Occupational Health Service website