How Positive Psychology Can Enhance the Performance and Well-being of Healthcare In order to best serve our nation’s Service Members, Veterans, and their families, service providers need to make sure they are bringing the best of themselves to their work. In this 60-minute webinar, participants will learn 2 positive psychology concepts and how they can be applied to enhance one’s well-being, resilience, and performance when working with Service Members and Veterans. The session will describe the concepts of optimism and active constructive responding. It will review the empirical background on how these concepts relate to psychological well-being, resilience, performance, and strong relationships. Participants will leave with actionable strategies to apply each concept in their personal and professional life.
Presenter: Dr. Gabe Paoletti, EdD, MAPP
Dr. Paoletti is a Mental Fitness Scientist at the Uniformed Services University’s Consortium for Health and Military Performance (CHAMP). He serves as a Subject Matter Expert in mental skills, positive and performance psychology, resilience, and leadership. Dr. Paoletti translates basic and clinical research to create culturally appropriate, evidence-based, impactful written and multimedia educational resources and presentations as part of the Human Performance Resources by CHAMP (HPRC) team. Gabe has presented to Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard audiences as well as to leaders at the Pentagon. In his previous work, Gabe has conducted training internationally for government, education, health care and business leaders as well as professional sports teams.
Target Audience: Healthcare providers in industry, academia, and research settings
Date: Wednesday, July 14, 2021
Time: 12-1pm ET
CE/CME: 0 hours
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