Wellness Resource Kit: Keep growing professionally

Keep growing professionally

Are you worried about your career? Would you like to use this time to learn or sharpen your skills? Learn how to maintain life-work balance? Check out these resources to help integrate your career growth and your personal life.

The key components of this resource kit include: productivity in stressful times, time management, access to resources (e.g. mentors), work-life balance

We encourage you to use the comment box below to post your thoughts or to recommend other wellness resources that you or your institution's trainees have found helpful. We are always available at education@clic-ctsa.org to answer your questions or help you share your ideas! Additional information and resource kits can be found on the Wellness during COVID-19 and Beyond page.

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Purpose
In response to the needs of our CTSA trainee and scholar communities during this unprecedented crisis, NCATS and CLIC have collaborated to create a portal to wellness resources that can help you take care of yourself, feel connected, keep active, and integrate wellness as a means to excel in your career and pursue your professional, academic, and personal goals.
Organization

Resource Kit

Please note, the submitter suggests the order of the trainings is not important
Title Intended Audience Competencies Time Required
Self-Advocacy for Scientist Trainees Principal Investigators, Researchers, Clinical Research Professionals, Postdoctoral Scholars, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students, Health Care Professionals Leadership and professionalism, Communication and teamwork 2 hours
Converting Challenges into Opportunities Principal Investigators, Researchers, Clinical Research Professionals, Postdoctoral Scholars, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students, Health Care Professionals, Community Partners, General Public, Other Leadership and professionalism, Communication and teamwork
Introduction to Self-Determination Theory: An approach to motivation, development and wellness Principal Investigators, Researchers, Clinical Research Professionals, Postdoctoral Scholars, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students, Health Care Professionals, Community Partners, General Public, Other Leadership and professionalism, Communication and teamwork

Submitted by Russell Lackey, MS on Mon, 06/01/2020 - 13:28 . Last modified on 06/16/2020