We support nurses,
doctors and students
by teaching resilience
in health care
Got resilience? Why teaching clinicians to be mindful and resilient makes for more compassionate, safer, higher quality care -- and how the Compassionate Care Initiative does it. Watch our new video to learn more.
TWO NEW SEGMENTS NOW AVAILABLE!
Last year, the debut of Humankindâ€™s Resilient Nurses program â€“ heard on more than 100 public radio stations across the U.S. â€“ ignited a national discussion about nursing, stress, and coping. Now, segments 3 and 4 in the series chronicle how nurses around the country are getting better at paying attention, keeping their reservoir of empathy full, and their compassion fully charged. And their stories are uplifting.
The Compassionate Care Initiative is proud to be sponsors of this important series. We hope youâ€™ll listen to the latest installments online or tune in to your local NPR station over the coming weeks.
Clinical Ambassador Mia Campbell has been active with CCI for some time. As a PICU nurse, she has been excited to share the opening of the new Resiliency Room in the Children's Hospital, as well as a nurse support group. She specifically joined the CCI to connect with others and find support among friends for the work she is doing. Mia is a strong believer of a healthy work-life balance and she relieves stress by painting and finding time to nourish herself.
No previous experience required; open to the public.
There will not be any drop-ins during UVA's spring break (March 4-12).
Meditation | 12:15-12:45 p.m. | McLeod 2025
Led by Michael Swanberg or Julie Connelly