Online Learning

Bite-Sized Learning

  • Bite-Sized Resilience. Short (less than 5 minute) videos taught by Dr. Bryan Sexton. Topics include Gratitude and Coping with Stress.
  • Resilience Tools. Enroll in interventions that last 3-15 days. These tools are evidence-based, interactive, and specifically designed for busy healthcare workers.
  • Meditations led by Dr. Carrie Adair, who guides listeners in these podcasts.
  • Happiness Strategies. In this 2-page document, learn simple ways to enhance positivity and bring joy into your day.
  • Well-Being Resources for Hospital Workers. Pocket skills, wellness guides, and digital resources.
  • Coping Card. Quick tips to reduce stress and feel better in the moment.
  • Team Training Videos. Focusing on one specific team training concept at a time, this series will introduce you to the fundamentals of effective cross-disciplinary collaboration.

Deeper Learning

  • Enhancing Caregiver Resilience Webinar Series. 24 webinars on well-being taught by experts at the Duke Center for Healthcare Safety and Quality.
  • Well-Being Toolkit. This toolkit (PDF) contains resources for anyone looking to become a champion of well-being. Learn why well-being matters, what you can do to create a culture of well-being, and what ongoing resources are available at Duke to support you.
  • Well-Being on LinkedIn Learning (Duke only). Curated list of courses compiled by Duke Personal Assistance Services.
  • Duke Diet and Fitness Center. A wide variety of videos with workouts, healthy living tips, and more.
  • Meditations. Enjoy over 35 meditations led by Duke Health employees.
  • Provider Grief Toolkit. Dynamic web tool to learn about grief, review tips and strategies for helping a grieving friend or peer, and find needed resources.
  • Disrupting Behavior. Podcast that takes a creative look at some of the key strategies we can all use to ensure an effective, inclusive, and positive environment for work, play, and health.
  • Voices of Duke Health. Podcast project that invites Duke Health providers, staff, students, trainees, patients, and visitors to have one-on-one conversations about what is meaningful in your lives, work, and relationships.

Additional Resources 

Additional Resources for Duke team members