Well-Being Integration Working Group


Membership is open to all personnel of CTSA Program Hubs. For more detailed information on membership you can consult the Working Group section of the Guidance for CTSA Program Groups.

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CLIC Coordinator

The goal of this working group is to create and disseminate online curricula and resources on well-being, emotional and physical health, and stress management with the goal of improving the resilience and well-being of our trainees and the larger clinical translational research community. The work of this group, though instigated by the pressing needs presented by COVID-19, is intended to serve the needs of the trainee and larger CTSA community beyond the pandemic through the presentation of well-being as an integral part of sustainable career development.

Developing a Well-being Integration Curriculum for use across the consortium, providing implementation strategies for incorporating well-being into career development planning, clinical and research training programs, and professional practice across the
Identifying and compiling existing evidence-based well-being practices and resources relevant for our CTSA programs and scholar-trainee audience.
Delineating evidenced-based best practices and curricular approaches to foster resilience and advance change management skills.
Incorporate accessible well-being scales (e.g. Kristin Neff's Self-Compassion Scale) to the resource bank, offering a dynamic representation of current well-being and a tool to assess well-being before and after a well-being intervention.
Connecting and supporting a diverse community of experts and practitioners, sharing their expertise, with the goal of incorporating well-being into the lives of clinicians, researchers, trainees, faculty, students, staff and eventually the larger CTSA pro


Second Wednesday of every month at 2:00pm ET

No deliverables at this time.