Please join us on May 28th to hear stories and practical guidance on caring for our caregivers--presented by five different leaders of person-centered organizations.
The physical, emotional and psychological toll of the COVID-19 pandemic on healthcare workers has been well documented, but perhaps not yet fully grasped. The stories of sacrifice, courage, dedication and professionalism have been powerful and moving. But there have also been those who have suffered in silence, and who have been affected by trauma as a result of the experience. It is clear that now, more than ever, going even further to care for our caregivers is of utmost importance.
Protecting, supporting and caring for all healthcare workers must be a vital component of COVID-19 response efforts. In this webinar, leaders from among some of the most hard-hit care settings will offer guidance on focusing care for the caregiver efforts on what matters most, as well as pitfalls to avoid. They will share practical strategies for addressing current needs, while also looking ahead to what it will take to meet caregivers’ evolving needs into the future.
• Joy Todd, RN, MS, CPXP, Manager of Patient Centered Care, Enloe Medical Center
• Cindy Donovan, Chief Executive Officer, Loch Lomond Villa
• David A. Wyman, MPA, President & Chief Executive Officer, Gracie Square Hospital
• Linda Thornbrugh, RN, Patient Centered Care Coordinator, Veterans Health Care System of the Ozarks