A multitude of resources for resident well-being are available through both Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University in St. Louis, ranging from resources for coping with adverse events and suicide prevention, to assistance with party planning and financial advice. Click below for more information.
Adverse Events Resource
Most, if not all, clinicians experience an adverse event during their career. Such an experience is stressful and isolating, and can trigger emotions like anxiety, depression, guilt, and/or embarrassment.
There are colleagues at Washington University School of Medicine who have been through similar events and are trained to provide peer support. They can help get you back to what you do best – provide excellent care for your patients. You are not alone.
Backup care is provided through the WashU Employee Assistance Program (EAP) along with the following resources via www.guidanceresources.com.
Counseling Services are offered both through Washington University in St. Louis and Barnes-Jewish Hospital through Employee Assistance Programs (EAP).
Washington University provides a number of educational resources to support residents throughout their time on campus.
Washington University offers multiple family resources, including lactation rooms across campus and access to child development centers at St. Louis Children’s Hospital.
Washington University provides residents with fitness and health opportunities on and off campus.