The Divisions of Hematology & Oncology are committed to the wellness of their fellows and creating an environment where fellows are supported in work and in life. The Hematology/Oncology Fellow Wellness Program contains 3 core components: Monthly Wellness Didactics, Social Events, and a Resource Repository
- Curriculum divided in to Trimester Format
- Fellows receive a financial book yearly to help with financial planning, debt reduction, and retirement.
- 2019-2020 book: The White Coat Investor’s Financial Boot Camp, James M Dahle MD
|August||Career Development||Job Hunting 101|
|September||Career Development||Negotiating: Speaker Panel|
|October||Career Development||Academic and Private Practice Pearls|
|November||Social Event, Family Friendly|
|January||Personal Care||Work-Life Balance/Self-Care|
|February||Social Event, Adult Only|
|March||Financial Preparedness||Estate Planning|
|May||Financial Preparedness||Debt Reduction/Retirement Planning|
|June||Social Event, 3rd Year Send Off|
- Social Events are aimed towards encouraging connectedness between fellows, family and faculty as well as enjoying what St. Louis has to offer.
- Examples of social events include:
- Eckert’s Farm Hayride/Bonfire
- St. Louis Aquarium
- The Wheel
- Baseball Games
- Grill Out
- Collaboration with WUSTL GME Wellness Program— Jenny Duncan MD Director
- WUMCHA membership – Washington University Medical Center Housestaff Auxiliary
- The Auxiliary provides Barnes Jewish Hospital/WUSTL Housestaff with access to affordable social events, access to a Facebook group for local resources and questions/answers, preferred provider list for personal needs (auto, home, personal services), playgroups, book club, adult socials, Taste of the Town, Outreach and more!
- Forum for Women in Medicine
- The Forum for Women in Medicine was created in 2014 to support the professional and personal development of the women trainees in the Department of Medicine.
- ACP Physician Well-Being & Burnout Tools