The well-being of our physicians and healthcare providers is very important to both Stanford Health Care and UHA. We want you to find joy in your work and feel fulfilled, to give the best of yourselves to your patients and family, and still have residual energy for your own well-being.
Please email UHAWellness@stanfordhealthcare.org to share ideas and suggestions.
Our leaders for the UHA Wellness Program are:
Bryan Bohman, MD
Clinical Professor, Anesthesiology,
Rachel Roberts, MD
Andrea Hausel, MPH, RDN
Provider Wellness Updates
UHA Launches a Provider Peer Support Program
Our Peer Support Program is designed to help you through difficult clinical events that can be some of the most challenging times in your career as a clinician. All contacts to the program and the content of your discussions is strictly confidential and is protected from legal discovery. The only data that is shared is basic statistics on program utilization. Research confirms that after an adverse event, clinicians prefer to talk to their peers. Our UHA Peer Supporters are trained and here to help.
To contact a peer supporter, either for yourself or on behalf of a colleague, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please help spread the word about this new program among your colleagues.
Wellness Classes, Conferences and CME
This Fall is a great time to check out WellMD’s wonderfully curated list of wellness-related classes and conferences. Click here to explore the options and select the month to see the full listings. There is something for nearly everyone, with online-courses, CME opportunities and a diverse range of wellness-themed conferences.
Classes are open to all providers, except where specifically noted. From those near Stanford University, classes including Ballroom Dance, Writer’s Workshops and Integrative Medicine are hosted on-campus. There are a wide variety of mindfulness conferences, including mindful leadership, mindfulness in medicine and meditation for peak performance.
We encourage you to explore this great resource and share widely with your colleagues!
In this section we will introduce new themes to help you build resiliency.
Beginning A Mindfulness Practice at UHA (April 2017)
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Contact the UHA Peer Support Program
Have you or a colleague recently experienced a difficult clinical event or litigation? Our UHA Peer Supporters are here to help you through it. Connect with a Peer Supporter for confidential help. Email: email@example.com
CLASSES / COURSES / CME
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