We strongly encourage everyone to invest five minutes in yourself by participating in the Well-Being Index, a 9-question self-assessment of your stress and well-being.
On Tuesday, Dec. 4, providers and co-workers who haven't already participated at Caldwell, Chatham, Johnston, UNC Medical Center, UNC Physicians Network, the UNC School of Medicine**, UNC REX Healthcare, and UNC Rockingham Health Care will receive another invite to participate!
- Look for your invite to participate in the Well-Being Index in an email from 'UNCHCS and SOM - Well-Being Index (firstname.lastname@example.org).'
- You can re-take the Well-Being Index multiple times per year to track your score over time. Once you've created your account, login at any time via this link to review your results or re-take your assessment.
- Upon completion of the Well-Being Index, you will receive immediate, individualized feedback, including local and national resources, to address your well-being needs.
- The Well-Being Index is anonymous and confidential - your personal information is not shared.
- The Well-Being Program team will have access to aggregated data by specialty and entity so that the team can best respond to specific groups and locations as needed.
- Though we want everyone to participate, one of our FY19 Organizational Goals is for 20% of providers to participate in the Well-Being Index.
About the Well-Being Index
The Well-Being Index is a tool developed by researchers at the Mayo Clinic to track wellness among medical professionals and other high-stress professions. Learn more.
About the UNC Health Care and UNC School of Medicine Integrated Well-Being Program
We want to ensure your well-being and make UNC Health Care and the UNC
School of Medicine among the best places to work in America.
As such, our rollout of the Well-Being Index is sponsored and offered through the Well-Being Program - learn more at https://www.unchealthcare.org/wellbeing.
** While the Well-Being Index is being expanded across UNC Health Care, it will be available normally to those already using it in the School of Medicine.