COVID-19: Mental Health for Higher Ed & Healthcare (Free Course)

A two-webinar course designed to help individuals in higher ed and healthcare settings.

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About this Course

This two-webinar course provides learners with an opportunity to select a webinar that best meets their needs depending on their setting (hospital/healthcare facility or college/university campus). The remainder of this year will see many settings continue to return to pre-pandemic operations and the challenges and stressors these transitions present can be challenging. In both webinars, learners explore ways to work through those challenges.

This course is available at no cost to independent learners by affiliating with “COVID-19 Free Training (IL)” during the registration process. Click here for instructions. Organizations (including those not subscribed to CITI Program) can add this course at no cost, along with our COVID-19: Back to Campus course, Remote Contact Tracing course, COVID-19: Insights for Higher Ed Leaders course, Participating in Vaccine Research webinar, and What You Need to Know About COVID-19 Vaccine webinar. Add now.

Language Availability: English

Suggested Audiences: Faculty, Healthcare Providers, Staff, Students

Organizational Subscription Price: Free - Add for your organization
Independent Learner Price: Free - Click for instructions

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Course Content

Mindfulness Practices for Healthcare

Presented by: James Pann, PhD - Nova Southeastern University

This webinar provides an overview of mindfulness and its relevance for healthcare practitioners. Healthcare workers experience burnout at an alarming rate and mindfulness practices can assist with alleviating some of the associated symptoms.

In this webinar, mindfulness is clearly defined and the benefits of formal and informal practices are discussed. Two specific practices are utilized in the webinar: mindfulness meditation and the three-minute breathing space. The use of reflective questions and ways to make mindfulness meditation a regular habit are also reviewed.

Recommended Use: Elective
ID (Language): 20087 (English)

Returning to Campus: Learning to Survive and Thrive in a Post-Pandemic World

Presented by: Jennifer Davidtz, PhD - Nova Southeastern University; Ana I. Fins, PhD - Nova Southeastern University

This webinar addresses the psychosocial implications of returning to campus following over a year of many members of the campus community working remotely and offers suggestions for easing the transition and renegotiating a post-pandemic work-life balance.

Recommended Use: Elective
ID (Language): 20088 (English)