Resilience in Research

Resilience in Research is a tailor-made training for the YFN (Young Faculty Network) of the LUMC. Resilience is about positive adaptation after a stressful or adverse situation. It allows a person to rebound as a strengthened and more resourceful person.

The program trains participants in dealing with impact in a healthy way. For, in day to day life there a lot that’s having impact on us; people, decisions and circumstances.

The program for autumn 2020 consists of 4 half-days, plus an intervision aimed at exchange of experiences, questions and peer review. These are the leading theme’s:

  1. resilience & principles; click here for the slides of part 1.
  2. choices & mindset; click here for the slides of part 2.
  3. beliefs & needs; click here for the slides of part 3, and for the pdf of Feelings & Needs (Dutch) and pdf of Feelings & Needs (English).
  4. qualities & confidence; click here for the slides of part 4, and for the pdf with Breathing Exercises.