- Tutorial 1: Overview of Resilience
- Tutorial 2: Appraisal: Attribution and Meaning
- Tutorial 3: Appraisal: Coping Strategies
List of particular knowledge or skills obtained through course
- Tutorial 1 – What is resilience and how does our appraisal of adversity affect our well-being?
- Tutorial 2 – The difference between healthy and unhealthy attributions and the importance of challenge versus treat meanings
- Tutorial 3 – Ability to apply problem solving and emotion-focused coping strategies
The assessment is submission of tutorial unit self-assessments.
A Certificate of Completion is provided upon satisfactory completion of the course.
Course completion requires approximately 5 hours of elearning.
Clinicians have the flexibility to study in their own time and location. Program materials can be accessed through the eLearning Education app on mobiles and tablets with iOS, Android or Windows systems. Program materials can also be accessed using a web browser.
Jill Klein received her PhD in social psychology from the University of Michigan in 1990. She then joined the Marketing Department at the Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University. From 1997 to 2008, she was on the faculty at INSEAD. She joined Melbourne Business School in 2009 and Melbourne Medical School in 2015. Jill teaches clinical decision-making, leadership, and resilience. She also directs the MDHS course Specialist Certificate in Clinical Leadership – a leadership program for healthcare professionals. Her research interests are medical decision-making, diagnostic error, junior doctor resilience, and medical student wellbeing. She has written for a wide range of publications, including in the British Medical Journal, Medical Education, Management Science and Harvard Business Review. She is the author of We Got the Water: Tracing My Family’s Path Through Auschwitz. Jill plays soccer regularly and plans to continue to do so until her knees give out.