The Destination Excellence Wellness Project Team would like to thank everyone who participated in the wellness survey. 593 stakeholders took part, representing a broad segment of our Faculty of Medicine community. In addition, 1,477 comments and suggestions were submitted through the survey, which will help the faculty build on its strengths and further our goal to support well-being for all faculty, staff and learners.
The Wellness Project Team has developed a subcommittee to evaluate and disseminate the results of the wellness survey. The subcommittee will develop recommendations in a final report which will be available to faculty, staff and learners through Brightspace in the near future.
For information and resources related to health and overall wellness available to you, please visit the Wellness resources page.
Wellness in the Workplace and Learning Environment: By fostering an institutional commitment to accountability, diversity, inclusion and wellness, our workplace and learning environment promotes and supports individual well-being across the psychosocial, physical, organization, and cultural environment to enhance morale, and a sense of belonging and personal accomplishment.
|Jennifer Armstrong||Health Sciences and Information Media Services|
|Susan Avery||Discipline of Family Medicine|
|Steve Darcy||Discipline of Family Medicine|
|Diana De Caravalho||Discipline of Internal Medicine|
|Lisa Fleet||Office of Professional and Educational Development|
|Danielle Gardiner||Medical Education Laboratory Support Services|
|Catherine Hickey||Discipline of Psychiatry|
|Simon Kirby||Discipline of Laboratory Medicine|
|Greg Radu||Assistant dean, Office of Student Affairs|
|Jared Ryan||Medical education learner|
|Alicia Taylor||Graduate learner|