The Webber Well-being Research Group strives to advance the understanding of clinician well-being. This work is driven by the values of fostering a healthy and sustainable physician workforce and a deep curiosity about the science of well-being. The three primary areas of research include:
- Understanding pediatricians’ perspectives of well-being
- Investigating the work-personal intersection of physician
- Understanding gendered experiences of well-being and professional fulfillment
The Webber Well-being Research Group is interested in well-being promoters and detractors at the system and personal levels.
Three Department of Pediatrics members, Sarah Webber, MD, director of well-being, associate professor, Division of Hospital Medicine; Jessica Babal, MD, assistant professor and interim chief, Division of General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine; and Megan A. …January 24, 2023
Director of well-being, Sarah Webber, promotes foundational aspects of well-being and broader concepts of effective work
When Sarah Webber, MD, associate professor, Division of Hospital Medicine, was appointed director of well-being for the University of Wisconsin Department of Pediatrics in July 2019, she brought an acute interest and several years of …September 14, 2022
“Wellness Tips” are monthly reflections on professional wellness. This month’s article was written by Sarah Webber, MD. We often think of our ability to avoid unhealthy habits and develop healthy ones as an issue of …March 26, 2020
Sarah Webber, MD, an assistant professor in the Division of Hospital Medicine, believes that physician well-being is integral to a thriving health care system. Having navigated her own journey through burnout, she now explores the …July 29, 2019
Lectures by the 2018 and 2019 Gerard B. Odell Research Award winners, along with rows of research posters filling the Health Sciences Learning Center (HSLC) were among the highlights of the Department of Pediatrics’ 2019 …June 5, 2019
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