Work Well: Promoting Health Behaviors and Self-Care Amongst Public School Faculty, Staff, & Administrators
Date of Award
Project – Full Written
Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)
Anna S. Hamrick
Workplace wellness is a critical aspect within an organization. Failure to encourage and meet the wellness needs of staff can lead to increased absenteeism, decreased productivity, as well as increased stress levels. Improved workplace wellness in an academic setting has not only potential positive impact on employees but also the students they teach. Evidence shows that implementing wellness initiatives in academic settings has the potential to improve the overall wellbeing of teachers as well as students. Interventions include a Walkabout Challenge, a Caring Peer Group, and education. The interventions are an effort to improve self-care habits amongst faculty and staff to improve wellness in the workplace.
Smith, Sherri, "Work Well: Promoting Health Behaviors and Self-Care Amongst Public School Faculty, Staff, & Administrators" (2020). Doctor of Nursing Practice Projects. 11.
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