When there are challenging cases that impact caregiver psychological well-being, Vanderbilt offers a variety of support services for faculty and staff.
When a colleague is impacted by an unanticipated outcome or challenging case, Peer Support Teams within a workgroup proactively offer emotional support to affected peers.
Are you busy? For most us, the answer is always "Yes". John Lennon once said "Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans." Making plans and being busy isn't always a bad thing, but are we in fact so busy that we might be missing out on the important things in our lives like staying connected with family and friends; being productive at work; making our health a priority; or achieving our personal goals.
Learn more about the 4 areas energy flows that were discussed in the 2014 Game Plan for Your Health video.
Please Note: This video was launched in 2013 as part of the Go for the Gold Game Plan for Your Health. Some colleagues interviewed are no longer at Vanderbilt, but the concepts they address remain timeless.
Stress is your body’s reaction to change that requires some kind of physical, mental, or emotional response. It’s a normal part of life. The Cope Better, Stress Less video provides valuable tips on how to manage stress effectively and discusses how stress protectors can help us bounce back from stress we encounter. Take The Stress Check-Up