Train New Trainers Clinician Health and Well-being Fellowship
Be an advocate for clinician wellness! Gain in-depth training and advance your career in clinician health.
The UC Davis School of Medicine and UC Irvine School of Medicine Train New Trainers Clinician Health and Well-being Fellowship (TNT PHWB) is a six-month program that begins April 18 – September 30, 2020, and aims to foster the culture of medicine as it relates to clinician health, well-being, minimizing burnout, and strengthening resilience.
Program fellows will dive deep on topics such as anxiety, burnout, depression, alcohol and substance abuse, cognitive disorders, suicide and the professional culture of medicine, colleague interactions, resilience and more.
As a fellow you will learn:
- Solutions and treatments for problems that commonly affect clinicians and other providers
- Preventive health approaches to ensure positive personal health and continued fitness to practice
- How to engage, treat, and monitor impaired clinicians
- How to teach Train New Trainers principles to colleagues
What is the tuition, curriculum, and courses?
The tuition is $7,500 per fellow. The curriculum includes 26 required hours of training beginning April 18 – September 30, 2020, including one weekend teaching session, one hour per month mentoring sessions, and twice per month live, teleconferenced, case-based discussions.
Program fellows will dive deep into alcohol and substance abuse, cognitive disorders, suicide and the professional culture of medicine, colleague interactions, resilience and more. The fellowship will conclude with a certificate of completion from the UC Davis Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences.
For additional questions or for more information on the fellowship contact Jennifer Bannister, Program Specialist by email at email@example.com.