WELL-B webinar series designed to address health care worker burnout and enhance well-being

December 7, 2022  //  FOUND IN: Updates & Resources

A program offered through the MHA Keystone Center is now available to address health care worker burnout and enhance the well-being of individuals and teams.

The COVID-19 pandemic and other societal changes have had a significant impact on the personal and professional lives of many of us. Health care workers are experiencing symptoms of burnout at unprecedented levels across the nation.

Programs such as the WELL-B seminar series offered by MHA have led to significantly improved burnout scores among participants.

Through a partnership with the Duke Center for Healthcare Safety and Quality, the MHA Keystone Center is pleased to offer the second iteration of its WELL-B series geared to support health care workers experiencing burnout. In addition to skills for personal well-being, the series shares strategies that can help promote well-being at the team and organizational levels.

Live courses take place monthly through October 2023. Each one-hour session includes CME and ANCC credit. The 12 sessions are a continuation of the courses offered earlier this year. Members who did not participate in the spring cohort are encouraged to listen to the recordings to gain foundational knowledge. CME and ANCC credits are also available for the pre-recorded sessions.

Registration will remain open throughout the series.

Registration is also open for a five-hour WELL-B Essentials cohort opportunity starting in January 2023. The five interactive sessions will center around cultivating work-life balance, gratitude, self-compassion and awe.

Sessions for the WELL-B Essentials cohort are first come, first serve. Registrants will be assigned to the one-hour sessions from noon to 1 p.m. either Jan. 23 – 27 or Jan. 30 – Feb. 3.

Members with questions may contact the MHA Keystone Center. For additional resources available through Michigan Medicine visit the Wellness Office and Office of Counseling and Workplace Resilience websites.

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