Eastern Area Health Education Center

 

Resilience Programs and Information

How do we respond to difficult events in our lives? Whether it’s a traumatic experience in childhood or stress at work, everyone responds differently, but resilience is key to coping with these events. Researchers and clinicians are focusing on the lifelong impact of trauma and stress on health outcomes and the role of resiliency. Eastern AHEC offers continuing professional development to help healthcare providers and caregivers learn the latest information about resiliency. Because resilience is at the intersection of individual and community health, Eastern AHEC is uniquely positioned to offer multidisciplinary/interprofessional programs with emerging evidence and best practices about this issue. Our resilience education resources can help you take care of yourself and others!

Upcoming Programs

September 19, 2018
2018 Military Women’s Health Symposium

October 5, 2018
Trauma Symposium 2018: Current Trends in Trauma Care

October 8-9, 2018
Growing the Toolbox: The Fundamentals of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Skills Training

October 19, 2018
Transforming Developmental Trauma’s Impact on Emotion Regulation and Intimacy

November 30, 2018
NC AHEC 2nd Annual Celebration of Rural Nursing- Elizabeth City, NC 
NC AHEC 2nd Annual Celebration of Rural Nursing-Greenville, NC

December 7, 2018
Geriatrics Symposium

Save the Dates!

January 10-11, 2019
Rural Health Symposium

February 15, 2019
Risk and Resilience in Families

February 28, 2019
Being Resilient and Renewing Your Purpose in Healthcare

March 14-15, 2019
Resilient Kids:  A Community Response

April 24-25, 2019
Adult Mental Health Conference

Further Reading

In addition to continuing education programs, Eastern AHEC also maintains a frequently updated resource page through our partnership with Laupus Health Sciences Library at East Carolina University.

Click here to view the Resilience Research Guide

Need help finding more research on resilience? Contact librarian Jeff Coghill at 252-744-2066 or coghillj@ecu.edu