Training Program Title

Stress Management and Wellness for Scientists

CTSA Hub Administered

no

Contact Information

Michael Sheridan, PhD

Special Advisor for Diversity and Wellness Programs

michael.sheridan@nih.gov

Training Program Description

Learning how to practice healthy self-care has never been more important than it is now during the COVID-19 health crisis. Every aspect of both our work and personal lives has been affected and we're struggling to figure out how to live as best we can in this "new normal." This workshop will give you tools for not only managing stress, but also supporting your own well-being during this difficult time. The presentation will cover the importance of recognizing your own stress signals, the difference between responding vs. reacting to stress, and the roles of mindfulness and self-compassion in self-care. You will also be able to complete a self-care assessment and begin the process of developing an individualized self-care plan.

Competency Keywords

Teamwork, Mentorship, Workforce development

Digital Commons Disciplines

Medical Education

Public

yes

Cost to Access

no

Competency Domains

Leadership and Professionalism; Communication and Teamwork

Delivery Method

Online

Target Learners

Principal Investigators; Clinical Research Professionals (other than PI); MDs including residents, house officers, fellows, hospitalists; Undergraduate, graduate or professional degree students; Post-doctoral scholars

Learning Level

Fundamental

Onboarding

no

Frequency

On demand

Time Needed

2 hours

Associated Assessment

no

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