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Introducing Lindsey Hanlon as the LifeBridge Nebraska Program Coordinator

Introducing Lindsey Hanlon as the LifeBridge Nebraska Program Coordinator

August 27, 2021

The Nebraska Medical Association is excited to announce Lindsey Hanlon as the new LifeBridge Nebraska Program Coordinator. Lindsey’s passion for health and wellness led her to complete her Masters of Science (M.S.) degree in Community Nutrition and Health Promotion from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln while also completing the Public Health certification program (CPH) through the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Lindsey previously worked with the Nebraska DHHS Division of Behavioral Health as the Prevention Administrator where she oversaw various federal grant programs targeted at substance use prevention, mental health promotion, and addressing the opioid crisis. The NMA is fortunate to have a team comprised of results-driven individuals, and we look forward to the energy and experience Lindsey brings to the LifeBridge Nebraska program. Welcome, Lindsey!

LifeBridge Nebraska is a free, confidential peer-to-peer physician wellness program developed to help support the wellbeing of physicians by engagement and being proactive to take care of themselves throughout their lives. Stress and burnout can lead to negative work-life balance, disengagement, and loss of job fulfillment. The coaching program through LifeBridge addresses individual strategies to manage stress and enhance resilience through self-care along with a focus on preventative measures. To find out more, please visit our website at

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