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Reducing Burnout in Healthcare: Strategies for Clinicians and Leaders
January 14, 2022 @ 7:30 am - 8:30 am PST
Healthcare professionals around the world are facing immense burnout at unprecedented levels and yet, the systems within which they work perpetuate burnout due to unnecessary waste. The panelists will identify actionable recommendations for healthcare leaders and professionals to minimize burnout on individual, organizational, and system-wide levels.
- Vonda Vaden Bates, CEO, 10th Dot, Medical Safety Advocate
- Kimberly A. Baker MSN, RN, CARN, NPD-BC, Behavioral Health Programmatic Nurse Specialist, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) Presbyterian Hospital
- Oscar San Roman Orozco, MD, MPH, Applied Global Public Health Initiative, Universidad Autonoma de Queretaro, Mexico
- Louis Stout, RN, MSN, Colonel (Retired), US Army Nurse Corps, Chief Nursing Officer, Madigan Army Medical Center
- Identify root causes of burnout within the healthcare setting.
- Recognize signs of burnout in self and colleagues.
- Examine ways to mitigate burnout at an individual and organizational level.
This activity has been applied to provide 1.0 continuing education credit for physicians (CME), nurses (CNE), pharmacists (CPE), certified professionals in patient safety (CPPS), healthcare executives (ACHE), patient advocates (BCPA), and certified professionals in healthcare quality (CPHQ).
- January 14, 2022
7:30 am - 8:30 am PST
- Patient Safety Movement Foundation
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