A Nurse's Guide to Preventing Compassion Fatigue, Moral Distress, and Burnout (Free Webinar)

2017 National Nurses Week Webinar

Type: Webinar
Date: May 10, 2017
Location: Online


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Overview

The pace and intensity of work are on the rise. Nurses face pressure from managing increasingly complex populations while addressing expanding regulatory burdens amid fiscal and human resource constraints. Novice nurses report feeling overwhelmed and are unprepared to cope with the complex psychological, social, and spiritual care needs of their patients. Nurse leaders are challenged to provide rapid yet well-thought-out decisions in morally complex work environments.

Regardless of role, new expectations and challenging working environments can place health care professionals at high risk of burnout and stress-related sickness. This is cause for concern as there is a direct and adverse relationship between negative stress and productivity and engagement in the workplace.

How can you develop resilience and stay motivated in the face of constantly increasing demands and infuse meaning and joy into your practice? Tune into this special live event as experts share the latest neuroscience, behavioral and organizational research and strategies.

 Event Details

Date:
May 10, 2017

Time:
1:00pm - 2:00pm, ET

Registration closes:
May 9, 2017 at 7:00pm, ET

 Key Learning Outcomes

Attendees will gain insight to:
  • Reduce the physical and emotional consequences of morally complex situations.
  • Build confidence in confronting morally complex situations to reduce moral distress and burnout.
  • Harness expert tips and strategies to build resilient teams.

 Presented by

Joyce A. Batcheller, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN

Dr. Batcheller is the President of CNO Solutions and is primarily responsible for the leadership development which includes the CNO Academy, CNO Executive Circle and on-boarding strategies. She serves in a faculty role at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Nursing, Lubbock, Texas and is an American Nursing Association Nursing Knowledge Center consultant. She has extensive experience in leading large system changes within a complex multi-hospital system. She served as chief nursing officer for 19 years of the largest health care system in Central Texas. She created and implemented a system wide shared governance model and led a pilot site for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation/Institute of Healthcare Improvement Transforming Care at the Bedside Project, eventually implementing its principles into patient care at all system facilities. Under her watch, nine of the system hospitals achieved American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) designation — four with Magnet® and five with Pathway to Excellence®.

Dr. Batcheller has specialized in chief nursing officer on-boarding and authored numerous peer-reviewed publications on the subject. She is a holder of Fundamentals of Magnet® certificate. She is an innovative healthcare leader known for her ability to transform nursing and improve patient outcomes. Joyce inspires nurses and other health professionals to reach their full potential. Her ability to create a compelling vision and structures that engage, empower and stimulate innovation is one of her unique talents.

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