Well-Being Program

The Well-being Program combines specific well-being curricula, personal skill building, and institutional strategies to reduce burnout in fellow physicians. The program targets several key drivers for physician burnout and includes a novel curriculum focused on fatigue mitigation, self-care, resiliency and stress mitigation, and skills targeting breathing, movement, and mindfulness.  

Wellness Curriculum

We provide several hours of curriculum as part of the Fellows' College, targeting fatigue mitigation, self-care, resiliency, stress management and a unique hands-on program through a partnership with WellMD. Faculty who have a prominent role in wellness are featured, such as John Mark and Caroline Okorie, and a specialist from WellMD, Maryam Hamidi.

Fellows' Well-Being Resources

WellMD Center Resources for Physicians

GME Wellness Resources for Residents & Fellows

Duke LIFE Curriculum

GME Night Meals at
Stanford Children's Health
The GME Office & WellMD will provide Residents and Fellows working overnight shifts with an evening meal starting October 18, 2021, 6:00pm and later each evening. Please review the email sent to Residents and Fellows on October 17, 2021 for details or contact Erica Okamura at eokamura@stanford.edu