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Sponsored by the Gold Humanism Honor Society, the Alan Klass Health Humanities Program and the Office of Educational and Faculty Development
The Covid-19 pandemic is presenting faculty and staff with new sources of stress arising from worry about patients, friends, and family, social isolation, loss of personal support systems, and changes to routines. Research has shown that mindfulness meditation can help reduce these feelings of stress, anxiety, and the burnout that results. In these webinars, we’ll discuss basic approaches to mindfulness and provide practical techniques that can be used by participants both during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.
These sessions will include both repeat materials from sessions this spring, and new content for those looking to expand on their earlier learning.
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Facilitator: Dr. Jillian Horton is a general internist and is leading the development of new physician wellness courses for Joule. She’s completed chief wellness officer training at Stanford University and mindfulness training at the University of Rochester. She writes and podcasts regularly for CMAJ and Medscape and hosts a medical speakers series at the National Arts Centre. Her book on physician burnout, “We Are All Perfectly Fine”, will be released by HarperCollins Canada in February 2021.