Registration has been extended to March 29 for the Well-being Essentials for Learning Life-Balance (WELL-B) webinar series. WELL-B is a behavioral health training program for the healthcare workforce that delivers weekly webinars on evidence-based well-being topics, including prevalence and severity of burnout, relationship resilience and being present. Compared to anxiety and depression, burnout is relatively easier to treat and prevent.
The MHA Keystone Center, in collaboration with the Duke Center for Healthcare Safety and Quality, will host the free WELL-B webinar series in one-hour sessions starting at noon ET March 29 for 10 consecutive weeks. Bryan Sexton, PhD, and his team will deliver “bite-sized” virtual learnings to train clinical and nonclinical staff on how they can support their colleagues.
Up to 11 hours of continuing medical education credit or American Nurse Credential Center credit will be available for eligible attendees. Recordings will be available to view and share after each live session. Additional information and registration are available on the WELL-B flyer, and members are encouraged to share the flyer among colleagues. Questions may be directed to the MHA Keystone Center.