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Jan. 9: Enhance Your Well-being at Work retreat

Tips for health care workers on how to practice well-being amid crises.
Saturday, Jan. 9 — 9 a.m. to noon

Join one or all sessions.
No fee. No registration required, but limited number of spaces are available.

9 to 10 a.m.: “Compassion Fatigue”

It can be challenging to maintain empathy when confronted by people suffering from COVID-19, destructive fires and social unrest. Learn how to stay connected to your patients and yourself during your work day.
Jan Chozen Bays, MD
Zen teacher and author

10 to 11 a.m.: “Mindfulness”

Mindfulness training has been demonstrated to decrease burnout, increase empathy and improve the ability to listen to and respond to patients.
Eli Sager, DO
Family medicine physician

11 a.m. to noon: “Chair Yoga”

You don’t need flexibility or a mat to become calm and relaxed while at your work station.
Julie Lawrence
Certified senior Iyengar yoga instructor

Video conference

Join via WebEx here or at webex.com
Access code: 146 631 5504
Password: wellness


Earn continuing medical education or continuing education unit credits. Sign up for all three units or an individual session. Each course is worth 1 credit (total retreat is eligible for 3 credits) .

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