Clinician Health and Wellbeing Fellowship Program

Applications are now open for our 2022 UC Davis/UC Irvine

Train New Trainers Clinician Health and Wellbeing Fellowship
The TNT CHWB Fellowship is a seven-month long clinical education program for trainees and providers who wish to receive advanced training in clinician health and wellbeing. A new cohort begins April 25, 2022.

Who Should Apply:
Clinicians in all disciplines are welcome to apply including physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, and clinical staff interested in learning more about clinician health and wellbeing.


  • Bimonthly webinars held on the second and fourth Monday of each month from 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm (PST)
  • One hour per month of virtual mentoring sessions
  • One-day conference
  • The Health and Wellbeing of Medical Providers online course

Trainees will learn:

  • Solutions for burnout, depression, anxiety, and substance disorders
  • Organizational and Individual clinician preventative health approaches
  • How to engage, treat, and monitor impaired clinicians
  • How to teach TNT principles to their colleagues

Tuition Cost:

       $7500.00 for external fellows; $3500.00 for UC System fellows

Comments from Fellowship Program Alumni:

“The CHWB Fellowship Program made me a better doctor and leader by providing me with the tools to improve my own wellbeing, as well as that of my co-residents. It has led to the creation of new programs within my department and established physician wellbeing as a focus in my future career. I am forever grateful for the opportunity to participate in this program.”Maggie Spruce, MD, Capt. USAF – UC Davis Health General Surgery Resident

“This program provided an incredible opportunity to us as providers to help transform our work environment and foster professional well-being. The connections from this program with clinicians from all over the U.S and Canada will be instrumental as I work to promote wellness in my health system. The CHWB Fellowship Program it a vital component in helping an organization reduce burnout, foster well-being and support quality care. I am incredibly grateful for this opportunity to engage and commit to addressing clinician burnout and improve professional well-being in healthcare.” - Michelle Linenberger, MSN Ed, RN, CCRN-K, NPD-BC – UC Davis Health Children’s Hospital

“I am so glad I participated in the Clinician Health and Wellbeing Fellowship!  It provided me with so many valuable tools, resources and connections with like-minded people.  Now I feel prepared to enhance the wellness offerings in my department.” - Lisa Ho, MD – UC Davis Health Internal Medicine


Application deadline: March 28, 2022

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