|2018 Wellness Collaborative - College of Health, Center for Student Success
|Gardner, E.; Belt, D..; Beyene, Y; Brown, L.; Lindsey, S.; Paisley, K.; Park, B.
|Health Promotion; Students; Academic Success; Working Conditions; Goals; Organizational Culture; Organizational Objectives; Psychosocial Support Systems; Quality Improvement; Poster
|The Sorenson Legacy Foundation Center for Student Success seeks to create culture of wellness among our team members in order to put into practice and role model the values of the College of Health on a weekly basis. We implemented a multi-pronged wellness initiative in order to address key concerns and needs. Key needs for our team members in order to improve wellness, reduce the chance of burnout, and improve the work environment were identified as: 1) Increased time flexibility and 2) The opportunity for out of office interaction that includes activity and/or stress relief during work hours. Results: Our small team of 7 faculty/staff reported no signs of burnout and all agreed or strongly agreed that they were "satisfied with their job" according to the burnout survey conducted by the Resiliency Center in November 2018.
|Relation is Part of
|Resilience Poster Session - 2018
|Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, University of Utah
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