Exploring the myth of "resiliency" in healthcare

Wednesday, July 20th, 2022 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CT

It’s an unfortunate paradox in healthcare: physicians, nurses and other caregivers often sacrifice their own health and well-being to care for their patients. Extraordinarily long shifts, emotionally-taxing work, strenuous physical tasks, COVID exposure risks and more can make medicine a stressful profession. But the deliberate work of building a culture of well-being is vital to support the health of clinicians—and their patients, too.

In this webinar, a physician and nurse will discuss:
  • Why the persistent myth of “resiliency” can be harmful in healthcare
  • Considerations for leaders in healthcare organizations as they begin to build, or expand upon, a culture of well-being
  • A simple, effective tool that can help anyone—clinical and non-clinical staff alike—live healthier


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Maya Ram

Clinical Specialist, Ergotron

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Laura B. Vater, MD, MPH

Hematology Oncology Fellow, Indiana University School of Medicine