Owens & Minor invites the healthcare community to view the recording of this continuing education webinar: An Evidence-Based Approach to Resiliency: A Healthcare Professional’s Survival Guide to the Impacts of Pandemics & Other Stressors.
Over the past 12 months, healthcare professionals have endured significant stresses that are unparalleled. As a result of this constant state of pandemic response, the resilience of healthcare professionals is at an all-time low. This webinar program will discuss evidence-based strategies to recharge, invigorate, and renew the “resilience bank account.” Common stressors, triggers, and success strategies will be reviewed to address the immediate recovery needs of frontline healthcare providers while providing efficacious clinical patient care and ensuring safety.
The objectives of the webinar include:
· Review the top effects learned in healthcare from the COVID-19 pandemic and the impacts to infection preventionists
· Discuss an evidence-based framework to restocking the "resiliency bank account"
· Discuss a comprehensive approach to protecting infection preventionist resiliency in the future from stressors and pandemics
Presenter: Dr. Hudson Garrett Jr. PhD, MSN, MPH, FNP-BC, IP-BC, CPPS, CFER, FNAP
The President and CEO of Community Health Associates, LLC, Dr. Hudson Garrett has a faculty appointment as an adjunct assistant professor of medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at the University of Louisville School of Medicine. He is a frequent international lecturer in the areas of infectious diseases, healthcare-associated infections, and infection prevention and control. He is board-certified in Patient Safety and Infection Prevention and Control. Dr. Garrett is also a member of OSAP/DANB Infection Control Certificate and Certification Steering Commission (ICCCSC).
CE Information: Accreditation Information: Terri Goodman & Associates is approved as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the New Mexico Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Certificate of Completion available to all participants.
Healthcare professionals can earn 1.5 contact hours for the completion of this program.