Preventing Burnout: Strategies for the Burnout Crisis
Failure to recognize the demands of a healthcare career will lead to exhaustion, breakdowns, anxiety and effect the health of the provider. This stress and fatigue will lead to unsafe, less productive, less effective care environments. Join us for a 60-minute online training where participants will gain a greater understanding of what causes burnout and what can be done to prevent it, plus:
- Keys to overcome healthcare burnout and workplace anxiety
- What to do when you notice the warning signs in yourself or your colleagues
- Strategies to create and mainatin balance while boosting productivity and compassionate care
This webinar is ideal for any healthcare professional including doctors, nurses, advanced practice nurses, physicians, hospital leaders, staff managers or direct care staff.
Recognizing the signs of burn-out and compassion fatigue in yourself or your team
- Key ways to recognize burnout and stop it in its tracks
- By knowing the signs and reading between the lines, providers can support one another
- If identified, be equipped with tools to stay motivated and regain your passion
Seeing the burnout epidemic as a real issue that needs real action in the healthcare field
- Burnout has been demonstrated to be negatively associated with empathy and considerate care
- Not surprisingly, physicians, staff and nurses suffering from burnout find it more difficult to deliver compassionate, high quality care
- Strategies to increase productivity for physicians, nurses, and other members of the health care team even in the high-stress, low-morale times
Setting targets, timeframes, and action steps that will reduce burnout
- Identifying and engaging with staff in order to make a work/ life balance plan
- Implementing controlled steps to alleviate self-inflicted pressures
- Creating a culture that sustains resilience and supports employee well-being
Live Question & Answer Session - Have your questions answered by the expert!
About the Speaker
Ecoee Rooney, DNP, RN-BC, SANE-A is an Internal Consultant for Ochsner Health System, Education manager, International Association of Forensic Nurses, a certified compassion fatigue educator, and a TeamSTEPPS Master Trainer. Some of her outstanding accomplishments include: President-Elect New Orleans District Nurses Association, Member, American Nurses Association, Association of Nurses in Professional Development, American Association of Nurses in Critical Care, International Association of Forensic Nurses, Sigma Theta Tau International (nursing honor society), Sigma Alpha Chi (nursing academic honor society), Charity School of Nursing Alumni Association; Phi Theta Kappa (International academic honor society); Alpha Sigma Nu (Jesuit Honor Society)
- She conducts regular seminars and workshops on leadership concepts, health care excellence, peaceful workplaces, and compassion fatigue.
- Co-writer of several publications related to the areas of professional development and sexual assault
- D.N.P. degree, Southeastern Louisiana University; M.S.N. degree in health care systems administration, B.A. degree in communication, Loyola University, New Orleans.
After attending this training, participants will have a greater understanding of the factors that deplete them, and their teams, of their empathy and focus, the signs and symptoms of burnout and will have the tools needed to regain passion and purpose in their healthcare career to the benefit of the people they serve and themselves.
This program has been approved for 1 (HR (General)) recertification credit hour toward aPHRTM, aPHRiTM, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRiTM and SPHRiTM recertification through the HR Certification Institute. Learn more at hrci.org