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Final Coming Home webinar to cover professional well-being

Publication Date: May 06, 2021

Editors' Note: This story ran in our May newsletter, published May 6.


The last webinar in our Coming Home to Primary Care: Pediatric Integrated Health series is around the corner. In our May 28 webinar, Professional Well-Being, join us to learn strategies for fostering a strong sense of individual well-being.


Read on for details about May's webinar. You can register for this webinar here.




Health care workers — including but not limited to physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, behavioral health providers, and administrators — experience exceptional levels of burnout and compassion fatigue as the result of packed schedules, emotional demand, and moral injury — and these stressors have only been amplified since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. In this webinar, speakers will describe how stress affects us psychologically and biologically. Speakers will share research-backed strategies for overcoming barriers to well-being. These strategies are rooted in the Adult Resilience Curriculum, or ARC, a 10-module model for implementing well-being at both the individual and organizational level. The model is rooted in adult positive psychology and organizational well-being theories and has been adapted to apply across medical and educational settings.


Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss the psychological and biological effects of stress related to well-being.
  • Explain how Adult Resilience Curriculum (ARC) for Health Professionals can be implemented at the individual and institutional levels to help overcome barriers to well-being.
  • Articulate how the Mid-America Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (MHTTC) resources can be utilized to assist with an individual’s professional well-being.


To view last month's webinar, Organizational Well-Being, click here.