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Take a Closer Look at Your Assessment Results: "Thriving"

Wellness Spectrum

This is an expansion of the Wellness Assessment you just completed. It will allow you to look further at the four domains of health (physical, mental, emotional/relational and spiritual) to determine where you may want to take action.

Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI)

Authored by Christina Maslach and Susan E. Jackson, this extensively validated instrument for assessing burnout is considered the “gold standard.” You can access a specialized form of this inventory designed for medical personnel [MBI-HSS (MP)] for a fee. If you are an AAFP Member, you may take the inventory for free Here.

The ProQOL

The ProQOL is the most commonly used measure of the negative and positive affects of helping others who experience suffering and trauma. The ProQOL has sub-scales for compassion satisfaction, burnout and compassion fatigue.” It is available free of charge.

Develop a Personal Wellness Plan

A wellness plan is geared toward achieving overall health in all facets of your life. It’s a multi-dimensional look at your well-being. The plan takes into consideration your mental, physical, spiritual, financial, professional, intellectual and environmental health.

Get Into Community

Bring the results of your assessments and plan to community: Seek a trusted friend or accountability partner, find a small group,  consider using CMDA’s Life and Leadership Coaching Services or contact the Center for Well-being using the form on this page.

Contact the CMDA Center for Well-being:

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Recommended Books

  • The Rest of God: Restoring your Soul by Restoring the Sabbath

    Buchanan, Mark. Thomas Nelson Publishers, 2006. A wonderful and practical book about Sabbath as a practice and an attitude.

  • Boundaries: When to Say Yes, How to Say No, to Take Control of Your Life

    Cloud, Henry and John Townsend. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1992. A pivotal book to help you understand the “personal property lines” that define who you are and who you are not in all realms of life…physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. The book is especially helpful for those who feel guilty when saying “no.”

  • The Lies We Tell Ourselves

    Thurman, Chris. Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 1999. An excellent look at the lies that creep into our thinking and spoil our health, relationships and spiritual fulfillment.

  • Having a Mary Heart in a Martha World: Finding Intimacy With God in the Busyness of Life

    Weaver, Joanna. Colorado Springs: WaterBrook Press, 2007. Weaver offers practical advice on how to balance work and worship.

CMDA Publications

  • Center for Well-being Blog

    A regular set of writings from our staff on a variety of topics relevant to healthcare professionals.

  • Today's Christian Doctor: Burnout at the Broom Tree

    By Stan Haegert, MD.

Audiovisual Resources

  • Podcast: The Healthy Doctor

    Hosted by Steve Sartori, MD.

  • Audio: Christian Doctor’s Digest - Burnout Prevention

    by Stan Haegert, MD.

  • Video: The Cycle of Grace: Acceptance

    By Trevor Hudson and Jerry P. Haas.

  • Video: The Cycle of Grace: Sustenance

    By Trevor Hudson and Jerry P. Haas.

  • Video: The Cycle of Grace: Significance

    By Trevor Hudson and Jerry P. Haas.

  • Video: The Cycle of Grace: Fruitfulness

    By Trevor Hudson and Jerry P. Haas.

  • Video: The Cycle of Grace: A Grace-Filled Way to Live

    By Trevor Hudson and Jerry P. Haas.

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