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Monday, February 27 • 3:15pm - 4:45pm
(POWDER MOUNTAIN-SOLITUDE) Growing Pains: Building and Growing a Thriving Medical Student Wellness Program with Minimal Resources

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Abstract
In 2012, The University of Arizona College of Medicine Phoenix (COM-P) received preliminary accreditation to become a separate medical school from the University of Arizona, College of Medicine - Tucson. The inaugural class of 2017 began in the fall of 2013 with a new curriculum. With minimal curricular constraints, widespread institutional support, and a lack of past institutional history, the development of a Wellness Program has blossomed and flourished over the past four years and has become woven into the cultural fabric of the new medical school. However, developing the Wellness program to where it is today took significant time and effort. This discussion/workshop is meant to help guide other colleges in the growth of their medical student wellness programs while discussing tactics and techniques to solve barriers that may arise when developing a program. The workshop will use the College of Medicine’s current Wellness structure and growth as an example.

Overall, the workshop is meant to discuss buy-in, budgeting, program expansion, and curricular development, while encouraging other institutions to create their own proposal/outline for developing a wellness program.

Objectives
Learn how to develop and expand a student wellness program through an internal proposal
Discuss how to overcome the issues and difficulties that come with starting or developing a wellness program
Discuss the different types and approaches to medical student wellness
Individually develop an outline/general proposal/layout for growth

Methods
Small group discussion
Large group sharing
Active participation
Question and answer

Intended Outcomes
Understanding the difficulties of obtaining a budget for Wellness
How to operate a wellness program on a small budget
Developing by-in from the college leadership and immediate medical community
Tricks and tips for inserting wellness related topics into the required medical curriculum
Develop a mission, purpose, and broad outcomes for individual wellness programs and wellness program growth

Target Audience
Student Affairs/Graduate Education professionals who are looking at beginning or growing their medical student wellness programs

Speakers
avatar for Daniel Drane, EdD

Daniel Drane, EdD

Assistant Director, Student Wellness and Engagement, University of Arizona College of Medicine - Phoenix


Monday February 27, 2017 3:15pm - 4:45pm
POWDER MOUNTAIN-SOLITUDE

Attendees (18)