Building Resilience and Wellbeing in clinicians who work in high-stress environments

A joint online seminar by the International Research Centre for the Advancement of Health Communication (IRCAHC) and Mental Health Research Centre (MHRC), The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

Dr Tarli Young

School of Psychology, The University of Queensland, Australia

In this seminar, Dr Tarli Young discussed evidence-based approaches to building resilience and wellbeing in high-stress environments. She provided specific tools that participants can use to manage difficult thoughts and emotions while taking actions in line with their values. Tarli also discussed the importance of work design and research culture.

Click here for the presentation slides of Tarli’s talk.

Tarli Young is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow, in the School of Psychology at The University of Queensland where she also lectures in Positive Psychology. Her work focuses on wellbeing interventions and research in mindfulness, wellbeing science, meaning in work, and social identity. Each of these fit within her overall aim of improving the wellbeing of adults – particularly within the workplace. She specialises in research on improving wellbeing in high-meaning, high-stress careers.