ARC for Health Professionals: A Training of Trainers Symposium

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Thursday, Jan. 27 - Friday, Jan. 28

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Health care workers have long experienced exceptional levels of burnout and compassion fatigue as the result of packed schedules, emotional demand, and moral injury. The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated the issue, adding high mortality, rationing of health supplies, and socio-political tensions to the mix. The Adult Resilience Curriculum (ARC) for Health Professionals can help individuals and their organizations navigate these unprecedented times and overcome barriers to well-being that persist even in non-pandemic years. Through self-paced learning or institutional efforts, ARC provides the structure that is often missing from meaningful well-being programming.

In ARC for Health Professionals: A Training of Trainers Symposium, the Mid-America MHTTC will provide a walkthrough of the Adult Resilience Curriculum (ARC) for Health Professionals, introduce trainers to ARC materials for both the core and supplemental modules, and provide time for implementation planning.

 

Day 1:

  • Introduce professional well-being and the ARC as well as delivery considerations across all modules
  • Introduce delivery of the core modules
  • Provide time to prepare and practice delivering the didactic or activity for one core module
     

Day 2:

  • Focus on preparation for ARC implementation
  • Introduce delivery of one supplemental module
  • Provide time to plan for implementation

 

This training is ideal for individuals who will play a role in ARC implementation as well as other leaders or decision-makers, even those who might not be leading curriculum delivery. In the event of space limitations, preference will be given to participants in HHS Region 7 (Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, and Missouri).


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