Helping Nurses Cope with Burnout
In a recent study, 98% of nurses stated that their work is mentally and physically demanding. In the same study, 63% stated that their work has led to nurse burnout. Many healthcare professionals, concerned about burnout, feel powerless to help those who help others during their most vulnerable time. Yet the consequences of inaction can lead to turnover of key positions, unhealthy cultures on the unit, and patient safety issues.

Spend 45 minutes with Healthcare Specialist and Master Facilitator Dr. Roger W. Smith to learn the difference between stress and burnout and how your organization can begin impacting burnout in less than 90 days. The evidence-based approaches presented in the webinar will demonstrate how emotional intelligence and psychological safety are key factors positively impacting burnout at the bedside.

Over the last 5 years, BlueEQ™ has worked with thousands of healthcare professionals to connect EQ with quantifiable business results. In this webinar, Dr. Smith explains the symptoms of burnout, why certain factors predispose nurses to it, and what you can be done as an administrator, director, manager, charge nurse, HR professional, educator, training specialist, or nurse.

Dr. Smith spent the last 16 years helping the nation’s leading healthcare organization attract, motivate and retain hospital executives, leaders, nurses and allied health professionals. He produced and managed a physician leadership academy for chief medical officers, implemented charge nurse training across 185 hospitals, and introduced an enterprise-wide pre-hire assessment to find the most talented associates. He is a highly sought-after organizational development consultant, public speaker, and facilitator. He has over 25 years’ experience implementing large scale change efforts in complex, technical environments.

May 1, 2019 11:00 AM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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