The culture in healthcare is to help others. Sometimes that comes with a personal cost. Performing under high levels of prolonged stress can take a serious toll on the mental
The culture in healthcare is to help others. Sometimes that comes with a personal cost. Performing under high levels of prolonged stress can take a serious toll on the mental and physical well-being of healthcare workers. Just as finding ways to foster personal resilience is important, having an organization that is supportive and creative about addressing the care of its employees is crucial for success. When healthcare personnel are unwell, patient safety is negatively impacted, and the economic burden for additional care and staffing can be tremendous. Now, after experiencing more than 12 months in an unprecedented global pandemic, looking out for the individual person who is a healthcare professional in a sustainable manner has become more important than ever.
In this webinar presentation, the speaker will present information and research related to health professional burnout. From the unique perspective of a chief wellness officer examples of how an organization can demonstrate a commitment to health professional well-being will be shared.
- Describe the prevalence and consequences of health professional burnout.
- Define system-level ways to improve health professional well-being.
- Recognize the impact of COVID-19 on well-being.
- Identify ways for health care institutions to make commitments to clinician well-being.
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(Tuesday) 10:00 am - 11:00 am