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Individual / Emotional / Support Resources

Title Contributor Summary Materials
Well-Being Index System-Wide Well-Being Program

The Well-Being Index is an anonymous and confidential nine-question self-assessment tool designed to measure stress and well-being. Upon completion of the Well-Being Index, participants receive immediate, individualized feedback, including local and national resources, to address their well-being needs.

Accessing Well-Being Index

  • If you have already registered to take the Well-Being Index, click here to login to your account.
  • If you have not registered to take the Well-Being Index before, click here to go to the sign up page.

On the sign-up page, you will be asked to enter an Invitation Code. If you do not have an invitation code, contact the Well-Being Program at WellBeing@unchealth.unc.edu

You can re-take the Well-Being Index multiple times per year to track your score over time.

Employee Assistance Program Compsych

The Employee Assistance Program provides a limited number of free face-to-face visits with counselors in the community.

Services are completely free of charge.

Counseling sessions are protected under HIPAA; employers and managers will not be notified.

Compsych access information for the following entities:

Caldwell (800) 272-7255 guidanceresources.com Web ID: COM589

Chatham (800) 272-7255 guidanceresources.com Web ID: CHATEAP

Johnston (844) 729-5166 guidanceresources.com Web ID: JOHNSTONEAP

Pardee (844) 833-2006 guidanceresources.com Web ID: EAP@PARDEE

Peer Support Well-Being Program

Peer Support Program offers one on one support from trained colleagues after adverse patient events including physical and verbal assaults from patients and visitors.

*Peer support is currently only available at UNCMC, Hillsborough, and Wakebrook.
Email the Well-Being program if your entity is interested in train-the-trainer options.

Train the Trainer – Contact Jennifer Tauber

Taking Care of Our Own Well-Being Program

Taking Care of Our Own addresses burnout syndrome and other mental health concerns in attending and resident physicians

*The Taking Care of Our Own is currently only available for School of Medicine Physicians, Fellows and Residents.

Contact Holly Krohn