d’Vinci Earns Digital Health Award for U.S. Courts eLearning Course
The Digital Health Awards recently honored d’Vinci Interactive and the Administrative Office of U.S. Courts/Pretrial Services Office with a merit award for interactive content for the employee wellness course, Recognizing Burnout.
The third in a series of six wellness courses for employees, Recognizing Burnout, shows employees how to recognize, monitor, treat and prevent burnout.
The Probation and Pretrial Services Office (PPSO) and the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts (AOUSC) asked d'Vinci to create this eLearning course for approximately 6,000 clerks, and probation and pretrial officers. The training is required for new officers as well as current officers and staff. After completing the course, learners can recognize burnout and employ strategies to prevent it. The interactive training shows how emotional and physical work-related stress can cause problems and helps people self-identify their risk . Once learners know their risk, they examine how they cope with stress and learn what they can do to prevent burnout . At the completion of the course, learners earn a wellness certificate.
The Digital Health Awards competition is held twice each year and incorporates its 18-year old predecessors, the Web Health Awards and Web Health Awards | MOBILE. The program is organized by the Health Information Resource Center (HIRC), a national clearinghouse for professionals who work in consumer health fields.