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EVOLVING BEYOND CRISIS–CONNECTING TO THE FUTURE
Monday, October 25 • 12:00am - 12:00am
Assessing the Effectiveness Wellness and Self-Care in Faculty Development

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This research reports on Mind/Body Skills training to increase resilience in times of stress. Through surveys and the Professional Quality of Life Scale we address the following questions: Does participation in faculty mind/body skills training result in a perceived decrease of "compassion fatigue"? Does participation in mind/body skills training result in a perceived sense of stress resiliency? Why do people resist learning these skills? We find that participants do report feeling more resilient and more capable of coping with stress after taking a mindfulness training seminar. Non-participants report that they don't have time for this training.

Presenters
avatar for Ruth Benander

Ruth Benander

Instructional Designer, University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College
I am a professor in the Department English and Communication. I also serve as an instructional designer for our Learning and Teaching Center. In addition, I facilitate the mind/body skills offerings for our Center.
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Brenda Refaei

University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College
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J.A. Carter (she/her)

Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College


Monday October 25, 2021 12:00am - 12:00am EDT
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