Improving Wellness and Resilience

It is well-known that burnout will impact about 60% of providers at one point in their career. The approach to reducing burnout is really an approach to improve wellness and resilience. Think of wellness as an internal bank account. Every time you participate in a wellness activity (physical, mental, emotional, spiritual), you are making deposits. Stressful situations at work and at home can make withdrawals out of this wellness bank account.


Resilience is often thought of as the ability to endure difficult situations. However, resilience is actually having the ability to recover; having the ability to bounce back. It’s a skill, and as such, it can be learned and improved. We know how the ever-changing healthcare system is becoming more challenging. Therefore, we are constantly working on providing you with several brief videos to help you strengthen your resilience and make more “deposits” to your wellness bank.

Wellness and Resilience Resources

You can find more resources to help you hone your skills and improve your wellness and resilience on our Resources page.

Resources