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Faculty Well-Being Series

Faculty Well Being

The UAB Department of Family and Community Medicine is excited to team up with the UAB Center for Teaching and Learning to offer practical tools to promote the development of faculty well-being and resilience. This series has been developed to aid faculty in applying evidence-based practices from psychology to their own lives. In this three-part series, distinct areas of focus include: 1) Resilience and Mood Regulation, 2) Mindfulness, and 3) Interpersonal Relationships.

For more information about this workshop series, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Director of Leadership and Professional Development, in the Department of Family and Community Medicine.

  • Faculty Resilience: Evidence-Based Practices to Start Today
    Participants learn several researched practices shown to promote emotional regulation, positive mood, and resilience to the harmful effects of stress. Frameworks based on emotional intelligence and four universal human needs for life satisfaction are provided.

    Mindfulness Practices to Cultivate Personal Resilience
    Participants learn a framework for conceptualizing mindfulness, with an emphasis on practical practice in everyday life. Benefits include improved concentration and memory, buffering against the harmful effects of stress, and improved interpersonal relationships.

    Conscious Communication for Better Relationships
    Participants learn a needs-based approach to communication toward a goal of greater likelihood of satisfaction experienced by both people in an interaction. Accordingly, a focus on difficult conversations and potentially conflictual interactions is included.

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