The Gold Humanism Honor Society Wellness Committee is seeking proposals for workshops to be offered as part of a wellness workshop series held throughout 2023, designed to address wellness in healthcare and provide tools and resources for attendees. Each of the six workshop sessions will be live and interactive (either in person, hybrid, or virtual) and are intended to be accessible to a range of healthcare team members and students (medical, nursing, pharmacy, physical and occupational therapy, social work, etc.).
The deadline to submit a proposal is November 30, 2022.
Workshops will address a range of wellness-centered topics relevant to the healthcare community.
- Examples of themes include mental health, grief, exercise and nutrition, connecting with the natural environment, and mindfulness.
- Possible formats include narrative writing, art creation, performance/improv, music, facilitated processing groups (for example, meeting around a shared experience such as physician suicide), or breakout discussions.
Proposals will be evaluated based on the following criteria:
- Level of participant interaction and engagement
- Relevance for healthcare workers and students across the healthcare spectrum (medical, nursing, pharmacy, physical & occupational therapy, social workers, etc.)
- Clearly defined takeaways/deliverables
- Relevant experience
We welcome you to submit your wellness workshop proposal by completing the form below, which includes attaching a 1-2 page narrative that addresses the following:
- Describe the proposed workshop concept, topic, and theme.
- What particular need does it address?
- Who is the intended audience?
- What is the ideal number of participants? Give a range.
- What is your proposed format? Please include session length including a breakdown of how the time will be spent.
- Describe any relevant experience with creating or facilitating a similar workshop.
- What other groups or organizations will you partner with, if any? Please describe the relationship(s).
- What are the key takeaways or deliverables participants will walk away with?