The Self-Compassion for Healthcare Communities (SCHC) training was found to significantly decrease symptoms of depression, stress, secondary traumatic stress, and burnout and increase self-compassion, mindfulness, compassion for others, job satisfaction in healthcare professionals. (Article here)
Medical learners and clinicians at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine who attended the Self-Compassion for Healthcare Communities (SCHC) training have shown demonstrated reductions in burnout, depression, and anxiety, and improved resilience. (Northern Health Research Conference Presentation)
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/357019220_Medical_student_wellness_in_Canada_time_for_a_national_curriculum_framework" rel="noopener" target="_blank">Medical Student Wellness in Canada: Time for a National Curriculum Framework
NOSM Medical Clerk, Sarah Hunt presenting preliminary data from offering the SCHC training to 49 clinician faculty members at NOSM at the Canadian Conference on Medical Education (2022).
NOSM University Medical Clerk, Sarah Hunt presenting aggregate findings for both learners and faculty data to NOSM U Northern Health Research Conference June 2022
Sarah Hunt presents a summary of aggregate data for both UME and CEPD courses -- June 2022
Video Poster Presentation
Sarah Hunt presents -- March 2022
Jenna Simpson presents -- February 2022
Bryan presents: "An introduction to Mindful Self-Compassion" - January 2022
NOSM UME learners Sarah Hunt and Jenna Simpson present preliminary MSC SCHC course data October 2021
Bryan, Monique and NOSM learner Sarah Hunt presented practical tips/tools on Burnout and coping w/ stress.