Tri-Chapter Webinar Series
Emotional and Personal Resiliency: Moving Through Pain
Please, MSHRM, NNESHRM and CSHRM members only (no guests allowed)
Crises like COVID-19 create new types of anxiety, stress, and burnout with long term impacts. As a result, burnout in healthcare is at crisis proportions and caregivers of COVID-19 patients show increased stress, anxiety, and depression. “Covid-19 pandemic is forcing us to rapidly grapple with difficult decisions in an unsettlingly new context.” This has resulted in ethical issues and turned our personal and professional lives upside down thorough fears of exposure, unknown/uncertainty, loss of revenue or employment, and learning the new normal. This program is designed to provide awareness and short-term and long-term approaches to mitigate these impacts.
- Analyze and assess the impact of moral distress and burnout on the risk manager, providing specific ideas for consideration and implementation.
- Apply risk management and bioethical principles to determine the best course of action when providing support to staff and key-stake holders when faced with moral distress and burnout.
- Review short-term and long-term approaches to identifying and responding to the individual impacts of moral distress and burnout.
PRESENTER: Josh Hyatt, DHSc, MHL, MBE (c), DFASHRM, CPHRM, HEC-C, CPPS, Risk Management Consultant, Coverys
*An application for ASHRM CEU has been submitted.
**Login information will be sent a few days before the webinar.
$0.00 2020 MSHRM Member Ticket
$0.00 2020 CSHRM Member Ticket
$0.00 2020 NNESHRM Member Ticket