Dr. Tony Gutentag
Health professionals struggle to maintain their well-being, which is constantly challenged by the demanding nature of their work, system constraints, work-life conflicts, etc. How can we help health professionals maintain their well-being, nevertheless? Gutentag lab suggests that making health professionals more strongly motivated to regulate their emotions will make them more successful at regulating them, and will thus contribute to their well-being. Health professionals’ well-being is important in and of itself, but it also contributes to their work quality (e.g., physicians who are less burned-out are more attentive to their patients). In our lab we do basic science, as well as design and test interventions to promote health professionals’ well-being.
- School of Medicine
The post-doctoral fellow will assist with data collection efforts, manuscript preparation, and grant development while developing their own lines of inquiry based on the joint research.
Application Deadline: June 30, 2023
Post-doctoral applicants must have earned a Ph.D. in Psychology, Education, or related fields.
Applications should send a CV and a short research statement.
Work can be done remotely or from the Faculty of Medicine.