Accident & Health

Are you prepared to safeguard your students from potential health and security risks when traveling abroad?

Learn what to look for when selecting the right insurance coverage and assistance programs to protect your students and effectively manage mental health risks.
 
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How Chubb and International SOS are addressing the duty of care for student mental health crises:

Colleges and universities have a duty of care to protect their students’ health and security both on and off campus in school-sponsored activities. To address this obligation and enhance student health outcomes, scholastic institutions should consider the value provided by specialized insurance companies and travel assistance providers that have engaged in a strategic partnership to provide expert services.

Chubb Accident & Health and International SOS’ new whitepaper, Student Travel and Study Abroad: Mental Health Issues and Awareness, discusses relevant case studies, key considerations in effectively managing mental health risks for students traveling and studying abroad, and what academic institutions should look for when selecting the right insurance coverage and assistance programs.

Chubb and International SOS: Addressing Duty of Care for Student Mental Health Crises

Download our co-authored whitepaper Student Travel and Study Abroad: Mental Health Issues and Awareness