Mini-Fellowship in Wellness Leadership
The goal of this mini-fellowship is to provide Emergency Medicine residents with the knowledge and skills to effect positive change in the areas of well-being, resilience, and engagement at their programs and institutions.
This mini-fellowship will take place over the course of one year. It will begin with a half-day workshop held during the CORD Academic Assembly 2023 and continue with a series of online journal clubs/didactics facilitated by faculty members of the CORD Resilience Committee. Each resident will be responsible for the development of a longitudinal wellness project with guidance from the mini-fellowship leadership and their mentors. All mini-fellowship residents will be included as members of the CORD Resilience Committee and encouraged to participate in projects sponsored by the Committee. Graduation from the program will take place at the CORD Academic Assembly in 2024.
By the end of this mini-fellowship, residents will be able to:
Understand and explain basic concepts relevant to wellness, including but not limited to resilience, mindfulness, positive psychology, burnout, and second victim syndrome/second trauma phenomenon.
Reflect on their own styles (leadership, communication), beliefs, strengths, and weaknesses and understand how these facets of themselves affect their own wellness and how they might ameliorate any problems they find.
Develop a plan for change management at their own institution, both current and future
Assistant Director, Mentorship: Christine Stehman, MD
Mentors are solicited from CORD membership (mainly from the Resilience Committee) and will provide guidance to the fellow on creating and implementing their project.
Fellowship Alumni (Mentors):
Half-Day Introductory Workshop at CORD AA 2024
CORD AA 2025 to present innovation abstract.
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Residents must be rising seniors anticipated to graduate in June 2025. More than one resident from each residency program may apply. Eight to ten residents will be chosen for participation, with four alternates. A program fee of $100 will be collected at the time of acceptance into the course.
Please email email@example.com or a member of the fellowship leadership team (see above) with any questions.