“We think, mistakenly, that success is the result of the amount of time we put in at work,
instead of the quality of time, we put in.”
—Arianna Huffington (2021)
Occupational Wellness is having a career that is meaningful to you and to society. Intellectual Wellness is being open to new ideas, thinking critically and continuously learning.
Signs of Intellectual/Occupational Wellness
- Doing work that you find motivating, interesting, and challenging.
- Working in a way that fits into your personal life.
- Feeling satisfied at the end of the day with the work you accomplished.
- Ability to challenge yourself to learn new things.
- Development of your own ideas and opinions while continually considering the ideas of others.
NOSM University Programs
Please consider completing our Clinical Faculty Wellness Survey to help shape wellness programming for you and your colleagues.