Mindful Medicine - From Surviving to Thriving: REVAMPing our Pursuit of Well-being as Healthcare Providers
In this session, we will explore topics within the field of positive psychology—the science of well-being and human flourishing—and discuss practical, evidence-based tools for thriving as a clinician. We will delve into research pertaining to resilience and the mind-body connection, as well as the core pillars of well-being including: positive relationships, engagement, vitality, accomplishment, meaning, and positive emotions (REVAMP). Resilience and wellness are not fixed traits; rather, they can be learned, developed, and practiced. Together, we will discuss specific interventions known to increase well-being in service of our own self-care, as well as optimal patient-care.
About Workshop Leader Jordyn Feingold
Jordyn Feingold, MAPP, is a second-year medical student at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, working toward her combined MD/ Master’s in Clinical and Translational Research. Before medical school, she a ended The University of Pennsylvania for both her undergraduate degree in Health & Societies, and her Master's of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP). Jordyn is the founder of the Student-Trainee division of the Collaborative for Healing and Renewal in Medicine (CHARM), and works with the University of Pennsylvania's Positive Psychology Center to develop and implement evidence-based resilience trainings for physicians. She is the co-author of a longitudinal well-being curriculum at Mount Sinai for all medical students, facilitated by psychiatry residents, called PEERS: Practice Enhancement, Engagement, Resilience and Support. She also teaches a Positive Medicinenexus course open to students and employees at Mount Sinai.
- Tuesday, April 17, 2018
- 1:30pm - 3:00pm
- MSIT Lab - Annenberg 11-46