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Workplace Well-Being, Mental Health Education Opportunities

Working with Essential Hospitals Institute, George Mason University (GMU) will offer two educational opportunities focused on workplace well-being and mental health first aid.

GMU will hold the next installment of the “Leading to Well-Being” speaker series, “From Self-Care to We-Care: Insights from CEOs, Employees, and Health Care Professionals,” on March 29, at noon ET. Laura Hamill, PhD, and Michael McCarthy, hosts of the “Happy at Work” podcast, will share psychological safety strategies to affect workplace well-being. Registration for the webinar is open now.

In collaboration with the Institute and the National Council for Mental Wellbeing, GMU continues to offer no-cost virtual Mental Health First Aid trainings for health care workers, such as medical assistants, community health workers, and administrative staff.

The next two-part training will be held April 29 and May 6, from 9 am to 1 pm ET. The trainings will offer information about the signs and symptoms of common mental illness and a strategy for connecting with those demonstrating such indicators.

Applications open March 13. GMU will offer additional trainings in October and December.

For questions, contact Director of Sponsored Projects Elizabeth Frentzel, MPH, at


About the Author

Emily Schweich is a communications manager at America's Essential Hospitals.

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