Practices that Foster Resilience
In this live webinar course, Carrie Barron, Director of Creativity for Resilience at Dell Medical School, joined by guest speaker Ann Papoulis, dancer, choreographer, composer and painter, will share key insights and personal experiences from studying human behavior and well-being. This event will last an estimated duration of one hour.
This event is hosted by the Compass Hospital Quality Improvement Contractor (HQIC) Network. The Compass Hospital Quality Improvement Contract is supported by contract number 75FCMC19D0028 from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. The contents of this publication are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services or any of its agencies.
Nursing leadership, nurses, hospital staff, ancillary staff, others responsible for patient care and interested in wellness
Practices that Foster Resilience
Carrie Barron, MD, Director of Creativity for Resilience, Dell Medical School and guest speaker Ann Papoulis, Dancer, Choreographer, Composer and Painter
The year 2020 brought about many changes. With the rapid rate of change and stress related to uncertainty one can easily lose sight of the good things and just how strong and amazingly adaptable people can be. With the passing of time, some stability begins to set in, and one can again focus on creating supportive relationships and optimizing well-being. By exploring practices that foster resilience and well-being, healthcare workers will be better prepared to care for patients and families, co-workers and themselves in the face of change. In this webinar, the speakers will share key insights and personal experiences from studying human behavior and well-being. Creative, actionable tips and ideas for better self-management during periods of rapid change and high stress will be provided.
- Describe behaviors that promote individual resilience.
- Discuss the role of habit in creating a resilience practice.
- Review the role of supportive relationships in well-being.
Carrie Barron, MD, Director of Creativity for Resilience, Dell Medical School
Carrie Barron, MD, is director of Creativity for Resilience at Dell Medical School in Austin and an associate professor of medical education. She is a board-certified psychiatrist, psychoanalyst and a Positive Psychology Coach. In addition to her book “The Creativity Cure”, she has published in several peer-reviewed journals and the Harvard Business Review. Last year, the Hektoen Journal of Medical Humanities awarded her story the Grand Prize. Barron has been interviewed by many journalists in podcasts, radio shows, magazines and newspapers. She maintains a blog that has had more than four million readers on Psychology Today where she covers a variety of well-being topics.
Guest Speaker: Ann Papoulis, Dancer, Choreographer, Composer and Painter
Ann Papoulis, dancer, choreographer, composer and painter with a master’s degree in business administration from Grenoble École de Management, created IRIS Practice, a method that uses imagination, art and sensory experience to enhance well-being. In Psychology Today, the French magazine Influencia and the French newspaper Les Echos publications, she explains how she uses color as a vehicle to help clients access and mobilize inner strengths. Her method has been applied to team building in French Fortune 500 companies as well as for individual clients.
No continuing education is provided for this course. The user will receive a certificate of completion upon completing the course.