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Well-Being Index Team Travels to Orlando for Continuum Connections Conference

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The Well-Being Index team is excited to announce our upcoming participation at the Association of American Medical Colleges’ Continuum Connections conference in Orlando, FL. The Continuum Connections conference, which will be transpiring April 28th - May 1st, focuses on the transition to residency, diversity and inclusion, well-being and resilience, and role-based topical issues. The conference encourages educators, administrators, residents, and students to ignite collaborative discussions and attain insights into each group’s unique perspectives and challenges.

AAMC’s Continuum Connections conference attendees generally consist of those involved in:

  • Undergraduate medical student affairs
  • Graduate medical residency training
  • Medical school students and resident physicians

Other professionals encouraged to attend can be affiliated with an AAMC member institution, a part of a non-profit medical education or professional organization, or a member of another health professional college or university.

The 2018 Continuum Connections conference is expected to draw more than 700 exceptional individuals from the best medical schools and teaching hospitals in the United States and Canada. These industry experts, including our very own Well-Being Index representatives, will be:

  • Demonstrating how to guide learners toward success
  • Exhibiting solution strategies and how they can be implemented
  • Networking with colleagues across the continuum
  • Enhancing professional collaborations and partnerships

RELATED: How to get Started With a Wellness Plan at a Healthcare Institution

Throughout the conference there will be over 90 breakout sessions consisting of inspiring content and opportunities to connect with colleagues to share experiences. Keynote speakers include:

  • Deborah German, MD - Founding Dean and Vice President for Medical Affairs, University of Central Florida College of Medicine
  • Scott E. Page, PhD - Leonid Hurwicz Collegiate Professor, Complex Systems, Political Science, and Economics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
  • Maxine Papadakis, MD - Professor Emeritus, University of California, San Francisco
  • Karen Fisher, JD - Chief Public Policy Officer, AAMC

Keynote speakers will be covering topics concerning well-being, diversity, transition, and advocacy, respectively.

The Well-Being Index team is eager for this optimal time to help attendees learn about how the nine-item assessment tool and its multitudes of resources could transform their organizations’ wellness programs for the better.

More on The Well-Being Index

The Mayo Clinic-Invented Well-Being Index is a web-based assessment tool that accurately and 100% anonymously measures levels of burnout and stress in a nine-question survey. The tool is designed to measure burnout, provide valuable resources when they're needed most, and track well-being over time to promote self-awareness. The ultimate goal of the Well-Being Index is to end burnout among professionals and reduce the adverse consequences that come with the strain.

The different versions of the Well-Being Index allow the institution to track and compare overall well-being with that of the rest of the nation. Being able to track well-being over time results in a more effective wellness program for the organization. 

Has your institution been implementing a successful wellness plan? Do you know the burnout level of your physicians, nurses, residents, or medical students?

Find out what the Well-Being Index can do for you!

Access The Demo Account - Try It For Yourself!

You will get instant access to the Well-Being Index demo account to test the software as different types of users. We will also send you a confirmation email with the link to the demo account for future access.

Beat Burnout. Renew Purpose.

Transforming the Approach to Well-Being.

Watch the 2:22 min. Video

Support to Make the Decision Easy

Shine a light on burnout and increase awareness at your institution. Use the Executive Leadership Summary to share with your colleagues or leadership teams.