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  Title Battling burnout: Raising resilience in education. Chiropractic Educators Research Forum (CERF), December 2, 2023
Journal J Chiropr Educ. 2024 Mar;38(1):115-118
Peer Review Yes
Publication Type Congress

This conference was convened by the Chiropractic Educators Research Forum (CERF) on December 2, 2023. This conference took a closer look at what chiropractic programs are doing to identify burnout and build student, faculty, and staff resilience in the psychosocial domain. During the meeting, presenters and panelists took an in-depth look at research related to how chiropractic programs are addressing issues in mental health of students, faculty, and staff as this relates to burnout and resilience in the chiropractic program and practice.

Author keywords: Health Occupations; Education, Professional; Chiropractic; Burnout, Professional; Stress, Psychological; Resilience, Psychological

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