Wellbeing and Resilience for Health Professionals
Our work together is vibrant and often challenging. We know that supporting the resiliency and well-being of teams is essential. It benefits not only the individual members of those teams - but those who are served by and engaged with the team. The National Center is honored to have the Earl E. Bakken Center for Spirituality and Healing as one of the Summit co-sponsors. Teams from the Center for Spirituality and Healing will be presenting both pre- and post-conference workshops, as well as engaging with attendees in unique activities throughout the entire conference.
A pre-conference workshop with direct implications for individuals, health teams and entire organizations is Wellbeing and Resilience for Health Professionals.
Food Matters: Cooking as Though Your Life Depends On It
An exciting, interactive post-conference workshop will be Food Matters: Cooking as Though Your Life Depends On It with Kate Shafto, MD, CTropMed, and Jenny Breen, MPH, MEd. In this seminar, you will learn about how your food choices play a critical role in your overall wellbeing and how healthy cooking can lead to a healthy life and a healthy food system.
About the Earl E. Bakken Center for Spirituality and Healing
For more than two decades, the Center for Spirituality & Healing has played a pivotal role in improving the health and wellbeing of people, organizations, and communities at the local, national and international levels. Our remarkable faculty – interdisciplinary experts drawn from the University and the community – are committed to innovation, service and social change.
Aligned with the University's mission of education, research and service, the Center is a pioneer in forging new paths for interprofessional education and research - breaking down silos and disciplinary boundaries. Our diverse and multidisciplinary faculty strive to advance health and wellbeing around the world.