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Well-Being in Academic Medicine: Resources for Faculty

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Well-being in academic medicine has emerged as a critical issue facing faculty, researchers, residents, and students. The AAMC has issued a statement on clinician well-being (PDF), and participates in the National Academy of Medicine’s Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience, a network of 150 (and growing) organizations dedicated to promoting clinician well-being across all career stages and specialties. The following resources help explain and address the challenges.

Please let us know if you have any suggested books, articles, or other resources to share with your colleagues and we will consider including on these pages.

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Summit on Promoting Well-Being and Resilience in Healthcare Providers

The Ohio State University’s health sciences colleges and the College of Social Work are hosting the Summit on Promoting Well-Being and Resilience in Healthcare Providers, which will take place Oct. 21–23, 2020.

 

Learning Resources for Leading: Top Skills, Attributes, and Behaviors Critical for Success

This collection of resources is intended to help department chairs develop skills in setting expectations, working effectively with colleagues, developing leadership skills, and dealing with challenging responsibilities.

 

Stanford House Staff Wellness Survey, Courtesy of Stanford Medicine and WellMD

This evaluation was designed by Stanford School of Medicine to "understand the state of the medical staff and their most pressing concerns, as well as to provide a vehicle for assessing pilot studies and creating evidence-based interventions."
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Being a Resilient Leader

Being a Resilient Leader is a two-day, interactive and unique workshop that will cover what it means to be a resilient leader and how to exercise leadership to achieve desired results, sustained impact, and long-term professional engagement and personal satisfaction. You will walk away with a new framework and practical tools for navigating your most difficult leadership challenges, along with increased self-awareness, emotional intelligence, and commitment.

 

Faculty Training in Mind-Body Medicine

Faculty Training in Mind-Body Medicine is an experiential program provides faculty at health professional schools with the training, tools, and strategic thinking necessary to implement mind-body medicine skills groups in their institutions.

 

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