Over the past few years, faculty and students have been through trauma together. Some of us may have experienced several traumatic experiences during the most stressful time of our lives. Some, like me, may have used all their protective factors and resilience stores and finally hit rock bottom, completely exhausted and cynical. This is burnout. When burnout occurs, our stress in the workplace or classroom feels unmanageable. Once at this broken level, we are prone to experiencing a moral injury. This webinar shares essential practices for climbing back up the spiral and finding joy again.
By the end of this workshop, participants know or will be able to:
All webinar participants can obtain, at no additional cost:
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Kinberly Uddo is a professor of nursing at Delgado Community College. She has a certificate in workplace wellness and is a resilience master trainer. She has led changes in her program including incorporating well-being and resilience into curriculum and philosophy. She led faculty at Delgado Community College to create a commitment statement to well-being found on the National Academy of Medicine’s Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience website. She is currently engaged in a culture task force and is sharing research and actions to improve workplace/classroom well-being.