Well-Being Program

At Brown, we are creating a culture in which people in academic healthcare no longer have to sacrifice their own well-being in order to serve others.

The Well-Being Program is committed to promoting the overall health, joy, and meaning in life for individuals inclusive of patients, learners, faculty and staff.

In keeping with Brown University’s mission, the Well-Being Program focuses on supporting the Division of Biology and Medicine by building a culture of well-being through system changes that enable each of us to grow personally and professionally and to support each other.

A comprehensive approach to well-being beyond just physical health is critical to success of the Division, including physical, emotional, social, clinical, and financial health.Therefore, the Office seeks to achieve this goal by providing curriculum, workshops, confidential and accessible mental health resources, and by partnering with colleagues across the University to identify, develop, and evaluate novel strategies to improve the practice/clinical and academic environment.

Well-Being Calendars

The Well-Being Calendar features events sponsored by the Office of Student Affairs. Additionally, you'll find meditations organized by Med^2, well-being workshops hosted by SHC, and Self-Care Sundays journal prompts.

Resources

We are committed to helping the community access wellness resources at Brown and beyond.