Promoting Student Wellness
Focusing on the well-being of nurses is a quality and safety imperative to promote optimal patient outcomes. The levels of burnout, stress, and compassion fatigue nurses currently face in the workplace are unprecedented. Helping our students learn the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to sustain a culture of health across lifetimes and communities is more important than ever.
The Bebout Wellness Center for the Helping Professions offers students opportunities to engage in evidence-based self-care practices and a physical space to live well. The Bebout Resilience Room is located on the third floor of the Bass building and is created by nursing students, for nursing students. The resilience room is a quiet space that fosters rejuvenation and encourages time away from schoolwork and other potential stressors.
Thanks to a generous grant from the Bebout Family Foundation, students in the Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences learn how to first care for themselves to effectively care for others. Be brave. Be connected. Be you. And become the best version of yourself — inside and out — at the Bebout Wellness Center. Learn more and get connected @tcu_bebout_wellness or email firstname.lastname@example.org