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Intergenerational Stress Patterns of Healthcare Professionals in the Workplace: Strategies to Improve Performance and Collaboration
The purpose of this workshop is to review patterns of various age groups in the healthcare workplace and the potential stress patterns that often results. Examination will demonstrate the impact of age groups and how this may affect the collaborative approach in patient oriented healthcare. The presentation will review traits, socialization, specific determinants and styles of learning as well as philosophical roots of professional healthcare roles. The program will identify common age-related stressors that impact performance of when caring for others and the methodologies to improve collaboration and peer respect. The ultimate goal is for the attendee to recognize that professional self-awareness in all age groups, ultimately improves self-satisfaction and helps to promote improved patient care.

Dec 12, 2018 1:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Donna White, RN, PhD, CS, CADAC
Consultant Addiction Specialist @Lemuel Shattuck Hospital
Donna White is a former Chief Operating Officer and Nurse Executive at Worcester State Hospital and the Director of Nurses and the Director of Chemical Dependency Services at Pembroke Psychiatric Hospital. She is a licensed drug and alcohol counselor, is certified in Chemical Dependency and Addictions Nursing, and is certified by the ANCC as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Public Health Nursing.