Occupational Wellness

The occupational dimension acknowledges efforts we make to create work/life harmony. Establishing and maintaining boundaries, learning how to have quality breaks, and honing communication skills are all examples of occupational wellness.

Occupational Wellness Events

You got into professional school because of your hard work, perseverance, and dedication to your studies. But studying and performing on exams at a professional level may require a different set of skills than what you have used before. Let’s dive into the neuroscience behind what our brains need to sustain focus, absorb information, and increase memory and discover some study methods to...
BSESA humbly invites you to our October meeting featuring the Bird Library's Professor/Associate Director and Head of Reference and Instructional Services, Shari Clifton, M.L.I.S.! During this meeting, we will explore academic search techniques, including OVID search tools, search string language, and methods for reproducibility. Additionally, Shari will share with us the wide range...

Come enjoy some coffee, tea, and treats on us! Grab a study buddy and enjoy the coffeehouse atmosphere. We will have goodies to promote mental health awareness as well!

We see failure as bad and painful. We think of it as something that shouldn’t have happened. We think of it as something we’d rather hide from others. And when we fail, the world tells us to be optimistic and try again. But maybe, there’s a better way to look at all of this. Enter, The Super Mario Effect. Join us for a brief discussion on how failure...
Bi-annual event Fall: Saturday, October 29, 2022 Registration Date Opens: September 23, 2022 at 10AM (CST) Register here: https://oklahomaasda.org/sim-course Registration Closes: October 14, 2022 at 7PM (CST) This course has been designed for pre-dental students to gain insight and a hands-on approach to learning about what the clinical portion of dental school entails. More...
Join us as we discuss how medical professionals may help patients, caregivers, and other professionals define clinical and personal success, even when a patient may have a terminal diagnosis.   In this brief segment of the workshop, we will define vicarious trauma and its impact on medical professionals. We will also review coping strategies to combat the negative influence of...
How we talk about suicide matters. Talk Saves Lives is a brief introduction on what you can do to help recognize and prevent suicide in your family, friends, peers, and patients. This is tailored to the students at this campus and will include additional online resources to practice and improve your skill in having uncomfortable conversations that help save lives.   A part...