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Kern Institute | Student Well-Being: Resources

Find resources from MCW Libraries and beyond to support student wellness.

Student Voices

What is the process of contacting Student Mental Health Services from a student perspective? One of our current M3 students explains...

I'm a medical student here at MCW and have had numerous experiences establishing care through Student Mental Health Services. Here, I will shed some light on the process. 

First, dial the number to student mental health... Read more

How do I get help?

Call Student Behavioral Health Services
(414) 955-8933

After Hours Emergency
Page Dr. Cipriano directly
(414) 314-3022

Learn more


National Academy of Medicine Well-Being Knowledge Hub

The Clinician Well-Being Knowledge Hub, from the National Academy of Medicine, is a product of the Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience and is intended to provide an easy-to-navigate repository of helpful resources for those seeking information and guidance on how to combat clinician burnout in their organizations and in their personal lives.

Search the Resource Center to find a searchable database for research, toolkits, educational materials, and other resources relevant to clinician well-being and resilience.

What's New in PubMed

Find recently published articles on the topic of student wellness in medical education. The articles are pulled from a search in PubMed, click the title to view more information. 

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Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Book of the Month @ MCW Libraries

TED Talk - Are you a Giver or a Taker?

Podcast - The Search for Well-Being

The Search for Well-Being, pt 3: Doctors of the Future 

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