Wellness

  • University Of Southern California
    This 90-minute interactive workshop acknowledges the stress affecting students and instructors--particularly related to research courses--as we begin a new semester and provides effective course design practices that can aid in managing that stress. Unlike wellness workshops focused on the importance of mental and physical health aspects of stress, this workshop instead uses the lens of course
  • Duke, UNC, and Wake Forest Coronavirus Collaboration
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    Wake Forest University Health Sciences
    The Wake Forest Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) in conjunction with Duke and UNC would like to invite postdoctoral scholars and early career faculty involved in research to attend Research Resilience in the Age of COVID-19: Insights from Sponsors and Investigators on Thursday, July 9 from 2:00 - 4:30 pm. This virtual conference brings together researchers from all three
  • There are many challenges, but learning healthy ways to move through adversity—a collection of skills to build resilience—can help us cope better and recover more quickly. Are you looking for ways to cope? Would you like to build up your ability to manage stress amidst adversity? You can find some resources to help you learn and practice coping skills and building your resilience here. The key

  • Are you worried about your career? Would you like to use this time to learn or sharpen your skills? Learn how to maintain life-work balance? Check out these resources to help integrate your career growth and your personal life. The key components of this resource kit include: productivity in stressful times, time management, access to resources (e.g. mentors), work-life balance We encourage you to

  • Other

    The Eat Healthy, Be Active community workshops are based on the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans. Each of these six 1-hour workshops includes a lesson plan, learning objectives, talking points, hands-on activities, videos, and handouts. The workshops are used by community educators, health promoters, dietitians/nutritionists, cooperative extension

  • Closed gyms and cancelled social events created a void in our established physical and emotional habits that kept us in good shape and spirit. Are you seeking motivation in creating a new fitness routine? New approaches to healthy eating? Intellectual and recreational activities to engage your brain? Here are some resources to keep your mind, body and heart active. The key components of this

  • Are you feeling lonely? Would you like to learn how to keep in touch with your colleagues & mentors and develop new collaborations? Are you feeling disconnected from your community? Culture? Your life purpose? Here are some strategies for staying connected in this challenging time. The key components of this resource kit include: family, friends, colleagues, community, culture, your life purpose

  • Are you feeling overwhelmed? Are you seeking balance in your life? Does the future look like one big question mark? If you want to get grounded, align with your aspirations and integrate mindfulness into your life, here are some resources to get you started. The key components of this resource kit include: mindfulness, self-expression/personal passion, meditation, spirituality; self-reflection
  • University Of Rochester

    Self-determination theory (SDT) is an empirically based theory of motivation and psychological development that is especially focused on the basic psychological needs that promote high quality motivation and wellness, and how they are supported in social contexts. SDT details how the styles and strategies of motivators such as parents, teachers, coaches, managers, and health-care professionals can

  • University Of California San Diego

    In a very competitive workplace, demonstrating your ability to turn challenges into opportunities is an important to way stand out to hiring managers and to your existing management/leadership. In this course, you will learn how to utilize the knowledge and skills needed to leverage left- and right-brain thinking, analyze problems, spur creativity, and implement innovative ideas for your workplace

  • University Of Pennsylvania

    We are all facing different and difficult challenges as we confront the COVID-19 pandemic. In order to support you in this time of uncertainty, the University of Pennsylvania is sharing this free and unique version of Dr. Karen Reivich’s “Resilience Skills” course from the Specialization Foundations of Positive Psychology. Learn how to incorporate resilience interventions into your personal and

  • Other

    Never in the history of humanity have so many people been feeling intense anxiety related to COVID-19 and the world it will leave in its wake. The intent of this course is to give you a deeper understanding of the anxiety reaction as it relates to various aspects of our current life, ranging from our consumption of news to the way we talk to our children about this. I will also give you clear

  • Renee Fleming
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    Other
    New webinar will explore the powerful impact of music and arts on human health and the brain Guests include 19th US Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, MD, Neuroscientist Daniel J. Levitin, world-famous author Deepak Chopra, and more (Washington, DC) On Tuesday, May 19, renowned soprano and arts & health advocate Renée Fleming will launch Music and Mind Live with Renée Fleming. The online series will
  • The Stanford WELL for Life Study (WELL) is a unique longitudinal study that uses novel methods to define, assess, and promote the multiple dimensions of well-being in the U.S. and globally. Participation in WELL for Life grants access to personalized wellness content: feedback, resources, and informational content to improve your holistic well-being. WELL for Life will ask you to complete a 30–40
  • Yale University

    In this course you will engage in a series of challenges designed to increase your own happiness and build more productive habits. As preparation for these tasks, Professor Laurie Santos reveals misconceptions about happiness, annoying features of the mind that lead us to think the way we do, and the research that can help us change. You will ultimately be prepared to successfully incorporate a

  • National Institutes of Health
    Join Sharon Milgram, PhD, director of the NIH Office of Intramural Training and Education (OITE) in this webinar to talk about resilience, boundary setting, and expectations during times of stress and disruption. Looking for more? Check out the Office of Intramural Training and Education's wellness resource list developed in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Additional resources include webinars
  • National Institutes of Health
    Join Kelly Donahue, PhD in this webinar to talk about stress and anxiety management, tailored to trainees. Topics covered include physiological impacts of stress, techniques to mitigate feeling of immediate and long-term stress, and reflection and meditation techniques. Looking for more? Check out the Office of Intramural Training and Education's wellness resource list developed in response to the
  • National Institutes of Health
    Join Annie Scheiner of the NIH Office of Intramural Training and Education (OITE) in this webinar to talk about unique issues that impact our ability to be productive in this time of COVID-19. In this workshop we will provide PIs, program leaders, and research group heads with insights and strategies for supporting themselves, their trainees, and their staff during this difficult time. Looking for
  • National Institutes of Health
    Join Michael Sheridan of the NIH Office of Intramural Training and Education (OITE) in this webinar to talk about tools for not only managing stress, but also supporting your own wellbeing during this difficult time. The presentation will cover the importance of recognizing your own stress signals, the difference between responding vs. reacting to stress, and the roles of mindfulness and self
  • National Institutes of Health
    Join Anne Kirchgessner of the NIH Office of Intramural Training and Education (OITE) in this webinar to talk about self-advocacy as a scientist: how to set boundaries, communicate expectations, and assert yourself in research groups. Looking for more? Check out the Office of Intramural Training and Education's wellness resource list developed in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Additional
  • National Institutes of Health
    Join Laurie Chaikind McNulty of the NIH Office of Intramural Training and Education (OITE) in this webinar to talk about resilience in this time of stress and uncertainty. Topics covered include shifting and rebuilding routines, dealing with loneliness and distance from our support networks, balancing demands of family and work, news coverage overload, and handling uncertainty and worry about our
  • The Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute (OCTRI) Community Research Hub is working to improve the health and wellness of all Oregonians. They engage researchers, community members and local organizations to include a community voice in research. The OCTRI Community Research Hub partnered with Tillamook County to evaluate and develop next steps for the Tillamook Year of Wellness
  • Most people feel they have a general idea of how healthy they are based on their diet and exercise regimen and how often they get sick. However, a new study being conducted by researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine is contributing to evidence that a person's perception of how healthy they are isn’t always an accurate indicator of their risk for cardiovascular disease. In a study of medical