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All events will be by Zoom unless otherwise indicated. Office of Faculty Affairs (OFA) and Center for Leadership and Innovation in Medical Education (CLIME) events for July 2022-June 2023 are not CME accredited at this time but are offered through the CME platform for continuity with other professional development opportunities.


To register, you will be prompted to create an account in the CME platform if you don’t already have one. This year’s Faculty Affairs and CLIME events are not CME accredited, but your registration will ensure you receive emails, calendar, and Zoom information about each event. Please note due to recent Google changes, emails from the CME system may go to spam folders for Gmail accounts so if possible, please use a UW email address when creating your account.

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For events from the following groups, please visit their calendars:

CLIME (Center for Leadership and Innovation in Medical Education)

CME (Continuing Medical Education)

ITHS (Institute of Translational Health Sciences) Faculty Development Career Series

UW GME Office (Graduate Medical Education)

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Well-Being & Resilience Series: Resilience & Emotional Intelligence

March 7 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Free
Explore keys to resilience and how to leverage emotional intelligence to choose your responses

This event is open to UW Medicine employees only.

This is part of a four-part series on Mondays from 3-4pm PT with occurrences on March 7, April 4, May 2, and June 6, 2022.

Objectives: Develop understanding of resilience as a context dependent process and how emotional intelligence allows us to strategically choose how we respond to the world around us. Explore the differences between individual and collective resilience as responses to social challenges and as methods of engagement in social action.

Content: Explore the keys to resilience, the behavioral practices that support individual resilience, our neurobiological response to stress and threats, how we can leverage emotional intelligence as a tool to disrupt our typical neurobiological response.

Take away: Gaining awareness of our emotional reactivity, learning how to increase the gap between stimulus and response, understanding the impact of our moods, learning to choose our responses.

Zoom information will be provided to those registered within the week prior to the event.

Organizer

UW School of Medicine Office of Faculty Affairs