Work With Dr. De Paul
At Mending Health Systems, Dr. Nicola De Paul's mission is to ensure that clinician well-being is at the forefront of healthcare organizations. She offers consulting and organizational development services that are tailored to each client. She offers evidence-based strategies and the most up-to-date solutions for clinician well-being. She is committed to helping healthcare leaders put their employees first to create a culture of wellbeing and engagement, which ultimately leads to the high-quality patient care you want for the people you love most.
Clinical Training & Intervention
Dr. De Paul is a clinical trainer and intervention expert who has developed various evidence-based curricula designed to equip individuals with the interpersonal, emotion regulation, & personal leadership skills needed to thrive in life and a collaborative workplace.
Coaching & Consulting
By leveraging her deep understanding of the healthcare industry, Dr. De Paul helps teams develop the tools to enhance their employees’ work-life experience. Through her guidance, healthcare teams can gain a better understanding of their organizational culture and develop the leadership skills to create meaningful change.
Dr. De Paul's dynamic and engaging talks highlight practical evidence-based strategies that leaders can use to enhance employees' workplace experience while creating safer and more profitable healthcare organizations. Topics include: inclusive leadership, employee experience, well-being, interprofessional collaboration, & stress-management.
Ann Schaeffer, DNP,
Frontier Nursing University
"Thank you, thank you for an amazing hour last night talking about teamwork and team leadership!
I've already heard from several attendees how helpful, interesting, and inspiring you were."
Elizabeth Parsons, M.D., Faculty, Pulmonary Care & Sleep Medicine, WA
“Our collaboration started 5 years ago!
You have left an indelible mark on the sleep department in the very best way – by kindly and gently guiding us to be more patient-centered and think outside the pulmonary box.”
Burton Kerr, Ph.D., Chief of Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Care, WA
“Thanks for your outstanding work with our annual survey.
Your efforts there and follow-up reminded me of the importance of taking care of our greatest resource – our people.
It influenced our leadership to consider goals regarding wellness.”