3 Ways To Build Resilience In Turbulent Times

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Mindfulness Program Reduces Stress, Builds Resilience In Health Care Workers

A free, 8-week mindfulness program created by researchers at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and The Ohio State University College of Medicine significantly reduced burnout and perceived stress for healthcare faculty and staff, while increasing resilience and work engagement in this large healthcare system, a new study found.

The study findings are published online in the journal Global Advances in Health and Medicine.

The study participants included 267 resident physicians, resident chaplains, attending physicians, medical center faculty, and hospital administrative/managerial clinical staff at Ohio State Wexner Medical Center who demonstrated significant 27% reduction in burnout after completing the Mindfulness in Motion (MIM) program…

3 Ways To Build Resilience In Turbulent Times

You’ve heard this before, but once again, life is a journey and, on this journey, you’re bound to face turbulent and triumphant times. Now, the jubilant times are easy, and anyone can get around those; it’s the turbulent times that test the limits of human resilience.

All the great minds in the world are mainly celebrated for their achievements; however, when you dig deeper into their journeys, you find that most of them failed countless times before they succeeded. What sets them apart from everyone else in their time is their resilience. They didn’t quit when it got tough and frustrating, and neither should you…

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