Below are anonymous online self-test sites:


Altruism Quiz - Greater Good Science Center

Anxiety, PTSD:
Anxiety screen - Mental Health America

Workplace Burnout Quiz from Christina Maslach and Michael Leitner, courtesy of Scientific American.
Find more information and resources on burnout

Anyone can experience depression, including physicians,and especially in medical training. Rate yourself with this Depression screen. See Get Help section if you'd like to talk with someone.

Emotional Intelligence:
How well do you read other people? Quiz from Greater Good Science Center

Also from the Greater Good Science Center, try this empathy quiz.

How happy are you? From Dr. Martin Seligman, director of the Positive Psychology Center at the University of Pennsylvania, take a variety of questionnaires relating to happiness, optimism, gratitude, personal strengths and life meaning. Log in required for cumulative anonymous research purposes. Privacy policy.

Mindfulness Quiz from Greater Good Science Center.
Find more information and resources on mindfulness

Physical Fitness:
4 part physical fitness test - Mayo Clinic
Find more information and resources on exercise and fitness

This PTSD Screen (PCL) from the VA is worded for veterans, but just replace "a stressful military experience" with "a stressful experience".

Relationship Trust:
Relationship Trust Quiz - Greater Good Science Center

Perfectionistic? Hard on yourself? Rate your level of self-compassion from the website of Kristin Neff, PhD, creator of the validated self-compassion scale.

Sleepiness Scale - Epworth Scale.

Stress screen - Mental Health America
Find more information and resources on stress

Substance use:
Evaluate your beliefs, attitudes and behaviors concerning alcohol use - National Institute on Alcohol Abuse

Work-Life Balance:
Quiz - Canadian Mental Health Association
Find more information and resources on Work-Life Balance



Have you completed your Stanford Health and Lifestyle assessment?

Physicians who are benefits-eligible university employees and their spouses/registered domestic partners are encouraged to take the Stanford Health and Lifestyle Assessment as part of the BeWell@Stanford Employee Incentive Program.

Registration required, then takes 20 minutes to complete.

Upon completion you will have a report that compares your current lifestyle behaviors with national recommendations; gives you an idea of how ready you are to change your behaviors; and provides strategies to help reach your health goals.

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Please note that at this time, only University employees can take SHALA, but we are working to open the assessment up to medical students and community physicians in the near future.

Medical residents are encouraged to take the assessment that is part of the hospital’s health promotion program called Healthy Steps.