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Megan E. Call, PhD

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Academic Information

Departments: Psychiatry - Assistant Professor (Clinical), Health, Kinesiology, and Recreation - Adjunct Assistant Professor

Divisions: Adult Psychiatry

Academic Office Information

(801) 213-2503

Health Sciences Education Building

26 South 2000 East, Room: 5775 A
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

Dr. Megan Call is a licensed counseling psychologist, an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and the Director of the Resiliency Center at University of Utah Health. She has research and clinical interests in promoting resilience and well-being among health care professionals, with a specific focus on embracing vulnerability and discomfort, incorporating informal mindfulness into everyday practice, improving communication and relationship skills among teams, and addressing systematic change.

Education History

Postdoctoral Fellowship Dartmouth College
Clinical Psychology
Postdoctoral Fellow
Internship University Neuropsychiatric Institute
Clinical Internship
Doctoral Training University of Utah
Counseling Psychology
Graduate Training University of Utah
Health Promotion & Education
Undergraduate St. Olaf College

Selected Publications

  1. Call M, Qeadan F, Tingey B, Morrow E, Webber D, Hamilton B, Locke A (2023). Measuring provider well-being: initial validation of a brief engagement survey. BMC Health Serv Res.
  2. Smith AJ, Wright H, Griffin BJ, Ehman AC, Shoji K, Love TM, Morrow E, Locke A, Call M, Kerig PK, Olff M, Benight CC, Langenecker SA (2021). Mental health risks differentially associated with immunocompromised status among healthcare workers and family members at the pandemic outset. Brain Behav Immun Health, 15, 100285.
  3. Morrow E, Call M, Ransco M, Hofmann KM, Locke A (2021). Sustaining Workforce Well-being: A Model for Supporting System Resilience During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Glob Adv Health Med, 10, 2164956121991816.
  4. Morrow E, Call M, Marcus R, Locke A (2018). Focus on the Quadruple Aim: Development of a Resiliency Center to Promote Faculty and Staff Wellness Initiatives. Jt Comm J Qual Patient Saf, 44(5), 293-298.