Cincinnati Children's is committed to creating an environment in which every employee is capable of being resilient, mindful, safe and focused on taking care of themselves, each other and the patients and families we serve.
It is Cincinnati Children’s policy to provide a clinical learning environment that promotes well-being across the clinical care team to ensure safe and high quality patient care. Psychological, emotional, and physical well-being are critical in the development of competent, caring, and resilient physicians. To that end, Cincinnati Children’s provides a variety of resources to support the physical, emotional, financial, and professional well-being of residents and fellows. For example, mental health or counseling services are provided for trainees and a Resident/Fellow Spouse Association provides a source of interaction and community with others experiencing the challenges of residency and fellowship.