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TEDxMGH May - "Adventures in Norm-Breaking"
Dr. Anne Levy shares the challenges and fulfillment of breaking norms as she followed her dreams, from Indiana to New England to France and back to the US.
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News and Events
Mondays, 8-8:30am on Zoom
Join Darshan Mehta, MD, MPH, Director of the Office for Well-Being for a guided meditation session on Monday mornings. Register and receive Zoom link
Wednesdays, 8-8:30am on Zoom
Join a different guest meditation leader every week for a guided meditation session on Wednesday mornings.
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TEDxMGH May - Adventures in Norm-Breaking
Dr. Anne Levy the challenges and fulfillment of breaking norms as she followed her dreams, from Indiana to New England to France and back to the US. Click here for her inspiring story
Are you interested in giving a TEDxMGH talk? Click here to submit your story!
Fun Fridays offer a refreshing mid-day break from work to indulge in physical, mental, or creative activity.
Fun Friday sessions will resume in September - Enjoy your summer!
Visit the Fun Fridays MS Stream channel to watch former sessions
Do you have a teachable talent you would like to share? Click here to submit your Fun Friday idea!
Well-Being Education Grants
These grants (up to $750 per year) will help defray the cost of professional training or continuing education around resilience and well-being. The grant is open to clinicians and investigators.
Eligibility: Graduate students, post-docs, residents, fellows, and faculty, whether clinicians or investigators. Primary appointment at the Massachusetts General Hospital.
Click here for more information - next cycle will open in January 2023.
Lectures and Seminars of Interest
Check out this inspiring talk on Well-Being!
As part of the Quality, Humanism and Professionalism series, Dr. Shannon Scott-Vernaglia gave a phenomenal presentation on health and well-being for the MGH Department of Otolaryngology Grand Rounds.
Watch the recording
Check out "Stories that Heal: Supporting Each Other Through the Darkness of Depression"
Drs. Shannon Scott-Vernaglia and Megan Fix confront the sensitive topic of depression, prevalent in healthcare providers but most often left unaddressed, by sharing their own stories. They encourage storytelling as a healing act and a way to decrease the stigma of seeking help and demonstrate how each of us in academic medicine can support one another and change the norm of silence around mental health issues. Watch the recording or listen to podcast.
|Darshan Mehta, MD, MPH
Director, Office for Well-Being (OWB)
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About the Office for Well-Being
The Office for Well-Being at Mass General aims to improve well-being across the career span by designing initiatives to improve resilience and to create a positive work culture that supports well-being.
Dr. Darshan Mehta, Director of the Office for Well-Being, provides individual consultations to clinical and research faculty, postdocs and graduate students. During such consultations, faculty are able to speak confidentially and “off the record” about their own personal and institutional concerns. Emphasis is placed on a holistic approach to well-being including intellectual, emotional and physical health.
Our goal is to have well-being as a routine institutional performance metric with targeted interventions, tailored coaching and incorporating discussions of well-being in professional contexts (e.g., annual career conference). The Office for Well-Being aims to provide resources to promote self-care, working in collaboration with resources across Mass General Brigham including, but not limited to, the Employee Assistance Program, the Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine at Mass General, the Frigoletto Committee on Physician Well-Being/Mass General Physicians Organization and the Center for Physician Well-Being in the Mass General Department of Medicine.