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Wellness ~ Get Help

FOR MEDICAL EMERGENCIES, DIAL 911

FOR MENTAL HEALTH EMERGENCIES, DIAL OR TEXT 988

OR GO TO THE NEAREST EMERGENCY ROOM

 

Faculty Resources

Employee Assistance Program - New Directions offers programs and services to help individuals achieve better health and overcome barriers in life.

Tulane Wellness Clinic - With locations both Uptown and Downtown, the Living Well Clinics are available to assist with cognitive behavioral therapy, same-day appointments for urgent care needs, as well as wellness visits including flu shots, biometrics, and long-term health coaching.

Efforts to Improve and Support Wellbeing - Tulane School of Medicine is committed to enhancing institutional efforts to improve faculty wellbeing. Given that research has shown that workflow improvements are among the most powerful interventions to reduce burnout, the Wellness Committee is exploring ways to de-implement processes or requirements that add little or no value to team functioning, impede work, or waste time/resources. Please take a moment to complete this brief survey to assist us in identifying ways to reduce unintended burdens and enhance joy in medicine.

Professionalism Program - The Professionalism/Environment of Learning Program (PELP) is designed to facilitate the creation and maintenance of an environment that is professional, respectful, inclusive, and intellectually stimulating. The PELP allows individuals to both recognize exemplary behavior as well as submit concerns about all aspects of the learning environment.


Medical Student Resources

the Line: 504-264-6074 (24/7 counseling, call or text)

The Counseling Center - The team of trained professionals is committed to fostering students’ personal, emotional, and academic growth. They offer an array of services which enable students to develop new skills to improve their mental health and overall well-being.

Mayo Well-Being Index - This is an opportunity to help you better understand your overall well-being and areas of risk compared to other medical students across the nation, as well as provide access to local and national resources.

Phoenix Society - serves as a confidential resource for referral, information, and advocacy for students’ wellness needs

Community Mental Healthcare Providers - ThrivingCampus is a list of mental health providers that you can filter to your personal needs.

Karen Weissbecker, LMSW, MSW, PhD, FACMG
Director of Student Support and Wellness
504-988-6242
kremer@tulane.edu

Professionalism Program - The Professionalism/Environment of Learning Program (PELP) is designed to facilitate the creation and maintenance of an environment that is professional, respectful, inclusive, and intellectually stimulating. The PELP allows individuals to both recognize exemplary behavior as well as submit concerns about all aspects of the learning environment.


Resident/Fellow Resources

Employee Assistance Program - New Directions offers programs and services to help individuals achieve better health and overcome barriers in life.

Mayo Well-Being Index - This is an opportunity to help you better understand your overall well-being and areas of risk compared to other residents across the nation, as well as provide access to local and national resources.

Tulane Resident and Fellow Congress - The Resident/Fellow Congress (TRFC) provides residents/fellows at Tulane with a platform to communicate and exchange information relevant to their ACGME-accredited programs and their learning and working environments. The Congress is composed of representatives from each program elected by their peers. The Congress in turn elects resident representatives to serve on the GMEC, where they provide a representative voice for the governance of our programs

Community Mental Healthcare Providers - ThrivingCampus is a list of mental health providers that you can filter to your personal needs.

Chrissy Guidry, DO, FACS
Director of Well-Being, Graduate Medical Education
cguidry@tulane.edu

GME Office: 504-988-5464

GME Website

Professionalism Program - The Professionalism/Environment of Learning Program (PELP) is designed to facilitate the creation and maintenance of an environment that is professional, respectful, inclusive, and intellectually stimulating. The PELP allows individuals to both recognize exemplary behavior as well as submit concerns about all aspects of the learning environment.


Staff Resources

Employee Assistance Program - New Directions offers programs and services to help individuals achieve better health and overcome barriers in life.

Tulane Wellness Clinic - With locations both Uptown and Downtown, the Living Well Clinics are available to assist with same-day appointments for urgent care needs, as well as wellness visits including flu shots, biometrics, and long-term health coaching.

Professionalism Program - The Professionalism/Environment of Learning Program (PELP) is designed to facilitate the creation and maintenance of an environment that is professional, respectful, inclusive, and intellectually stimulating. The PELP allows individuals to both recognize exemplary behavior as well as submit concerns about all aspects of the learning environment.


Emergency Resources

Suicide and Crisis Lifeline: Call or text 988

Stress/Crisis Hotline: 1-800-622-7276 (access code: TULANE)

The National Grad Crisis Line: 1-877-472-3457

Physician Support Line: 1-888-409-0141 (M-F, 7 am - 11 pm)

Trevor Project LGBTQ Lifeline: 1-866-488-7386

RAINN Sexual Assault Hotline: 1-800-656-HOPE

Domestic Violence National Hotline: 1-800-799-7233

TUPD
Emergency: 504-988-5555
Non-Emergency: 504-988-5331

If you suspect any of the following, click the appropriate link for information from Tulane:

Sexual Assault

Domestic Violence

Alcohol or Drug Abuse

New Orleans Drug and Alcohol Treatment Centers


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