Wellbeing is very complex, as it is an individual construct that is strongly aligned and interpreted through a lens of personal values, philosophy, culture, faith, and goals for life. Most importantly, wellbeing is dynamic rather than homeostatic and a subjective state determined by the individual.
Yet we use the term wellbeing to describe a wide variety of different things (often in terms of being the opposite of burnout which it most certainly isn't).
In this second episode of our series Liz Crowe discusses in detail what the literature says about wellbeing and how we may be able to use this going forward.
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