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UCSF Emotional Wellbeing Webinar Series
By popular demand, we are launching a second series of webinars based on last year’s Emotional Well-Being During the COVID-19 Crisis for Health Care Providers series. As before, these sessions will be moderated by Vice Chair for Adult Psychology Elissa Epel, PhD, and feature experts sharing insights on how we can reduce stress and trauma in our health care systems and communities during the COVID-19 outbreak and other crises. This webinar series is co-sponsored by the UCSF Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and UCSF Office of Alumni Relations.
List of Webinars
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1. Building Institutional and Personal Resilience A discussion on the mental health challenges—including those of health care providers—and lessons learned from UCSF COPE, with a focus on building institutional resources for preparedness for future challenges.
  • 1 Non-Accredited
  • 1 Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education
  • 0.00Yes
    2. Pandemic Transitions: From Collective Grief to Joy In the wake of the pandemic and systemic social injustice, we are facing vast collective grief. Renowned therapists Jack Saul and Esther Perel will discuss ways to witness and move through grief, using creative expression, toward experiencing fresh joy and purpose in our new world.
  • 1 Non-Accredited
  • 1 Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education
  • 0.00Yes
    3. Pandemic Burnout and Regeneration for Our New World: One Year Later A panel of leaders in mental health and science will discuss combatting pandemic fatigue, share short meditations, and revisit their previous discussion on personal and communal lessons and hopes for rejuvenating our lives, science and healthcare, self-care, and our earth.
  • 1 Non-Accredited
  • 1 Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education
  • 0.00Yes
    4. Anti-Racism and Building an Inclusive Culture The race equity movement has left us with greater awareness of the urgent need for changes in the way we interact and run our businesses and institutions. This webinar will feature a frank discussion on what one psychiatry department has done to address interpersonal and systemic racism, as well as insight from an expert on a compassion-based approach for insightfully seeing and discussing race, and being actively anti-racist.
  • 1.25 Non-Accredited
  • 1.25 Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education
  • 0.00Yes
    5. Well-Being of Youth and Young Adults Parenting and educating young people as they transition back to in-person learning and jobs this year will likely be both joyful and challenging. A panel of experts will discuss approaches that parents, caregivers, and educators can take to support youth, including strategies to promote resilience, resourcefulness, and creating environments that facilitate a sense of belonging and agency—especially for youth of color. They will also discuss the risks of excessive pressure to succeed and countering helicopter parenting, as well as ways that schools can implement trauma-informed, equity-promoting approaches that foster wellness and healing justice.
  • 1 Non-Accredited
  • 1 Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education
  • 0.00Yes
    6. From Climate Stress to Activation: The Critical Role of the Health Professional The climate crisis is impacting health, and health care professionals have a pivotal role as advocates for change. The climate crisis must be mitigated by vast reductions in carbon use, including by the medical industry, which is responsible for 8% of global green house gas emissions. Physicians will share how they have promoted advocacy, as well as effective ways of messaging, and how leaders serve as trusted sources of information, educators for policymakers and local institutions, and change agents in their own institutional or governments policies. Healthcare professionals and others can help move the public and leaders from distress into active roles that will have reverberating impacts on our societal change. This session will end with a meditation.
  • 1 Non-Accredited
  • 1 Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education
  • 0.00Yes
    Golden Gate Bridge at sunset

    Emotional Well-Being Webinar Series


    We know these are difficult times for everyone, especially those of you who are serving patients. We hope you will enjoy these webinar series presentations featuring mental health and emotional wellness experts showing how you can reduce personal stress during the COVID-19 outbreak, as well as coping with other disasters.
    You may also be interested in these supplemental webinar series (non-CME):


    Objectives

    At the completion of this series health care professionals will have improved strategies to:
    1. Improve emergency preparedness and the ability to enact crisis standards of care during natural disasters, pandemics or terrorist attacks.
    2. Address the widespread loss and grief due to COVID in institutions and personal life. Failure to address can impact mental and physical health.
    3. Use family systems, meaning making, and creative expression to move through grief and experience joy and purpose in our new world.
    4. Apply use of mindfulness practices and techniques from lived experiences to rejuvenate your life, science and healthcare, and self-care.
    5. Demonstrate ways to document interpersonal and systemic racism in your institution, to come up with remedies.
    6. Address interpersonal and system racism using a compassion-based approach for insightfully seeing and discussing race.
    7. Apply strategies to promote resilience, resourcefulness, and facilitate a sense of belonging and agency for youths.
    8. Counter helicopter parenting and excessive pressure for youths to succeed.
    9. Play a role in institutional policies to reduce carbon use in the medical industry that impacts patient health.
    10. Relieve suffering in psychiatric conditions (depression, anxiety, and PTSD) using psychedelic-assisted therapy.

    How to Participate

    You will need a CMECalifornia (UC Online) account to register and claim CME credit for this activity. If you do not already have an account with CMECalifornia.com, please click Create an Account to establish one.  You may then login with your email address and password.

    The fee to register for and claim CME credit is $55. 

    To obtain CME credit, participants may view any or all seven webinars and complete a short evaluation and change assessment survey.  Your certificate will be available immediately for print or download upon completion of the entire activity.  Select a webinar title from the "Included in this activity" tab.

    The estimated time to complete the program is approximately 7 hours and 15 minutes (excluding optional material), which is equivalent to 7.25 credits. Each module also has supplemental video and downloadable resources related to the topic.

    Note that Module 7. "Psychedelics and Mental Health: The Science and the Practice" will be available in mid-October, 2021.

    Cancellations and Refunds: Cancellations should be made in writing within 7 days of enrollment. Refunds will only be made in the event that technical difficulties prevent completion of the activity, or if no interaction with the material occurred because of inadvertent or mistaken enrollment, or expiration of the activity before the learner had the opportunity to complete it fully. Fees can be transferred to another activity in the case of mistaken enrollment.

    Special Needs or Other Concerns: If you require any special accommodations for a disability which creates a hardship to participating in this activity, or you have questions or concerns about this course, please contact the Office of CME. (Additional contact information is below.)


    Disclosure

    This UCSF CME activity was planned and developed to uphold academic standards to ensure balance, independence, objectivity, and scientific rigor; adhere to requirements to protect health information under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA); and include a mechanism to inform learners when unapproved or unlabeled uses of therapeutic products or agents are discussed or referenced.

    All planning committee members, reviewers and presenters have disclosed they have no relevant financial relationships to disclose with ineligible companies whose primary business is producing, marketing, selling, re-selling, or distributing healthcare products used by or on patients.

    Accreditation

    The University of California, San Francisco is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

    Physicians: This enduring material activity has been approved for a maximum of 7.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.TM Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

    Nurse Practitioners and Registered Nurses: For the purpose of recertification, the American Nurses Credentialing Center accepts AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ issued by organizations accredited by the ACCME.

    Physician Assistants: The National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA) states that the AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ are acceptable for continuing medical education requirements for recertification.

    California Pharmacists: The California Board of Pharmacy accepts as continuing professional education those courses that meet the standard of relevance to pharmacy practice and have been approved for AMA PRA category 1 credit™. If you are a pharmacist in another state, you should check with your state board for approval of this credit.

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