Bite-Size Coping During Times of Uncertainty
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Bite-Size Coping During Times of Uncertainty

June 25, 2020

Noon - 1 p.m. CST

Co-hosted by the Texas Hospital Association Foundation and Texas Healthcare Trustees

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Stressed during uncertain times? If you, your staff or your colleagues are feeling particularly spent, it is probably because the level of emotional exhaustion in health care workers was already at an all-time-high before COVID-19, with one out of three people already meeting the criteria for burnout. In this enlightening and entertaining module, we will provide some perspective, hope, and simple strategies to try during tense times.

Target Audience:

CEOs, chief financial officers, chief operations officers, chief nursing officers, chief information officers, chief legal officers and chief human resources officers

Continuing Education:

1.0 hour ACHE Qualified, CPE and CHT

Registration Pricing:

You are allowed one connection/viewer per member registration. Additional line connections will be billed accordingly. If you would like to gather as a group, select the group rate for unlimited attendees/connections to the webinar. Simple instructions with a link to the webinar will be sent when you register and again the day before the webinar. A recording of this program is also included in the cost of registration.

Faculty:

Bryan Sexton, Ph.D., professor and safety culture, teamwork, and workforce resilience expert

Bryan Sexton, Ph.D., has captured the wisdom of frontline caregivers through rigorous assessments of safety culture, teamwork, and workforce resilience. His research instruments have been used around the world in over 3000 hospitals, in 30 countries. His current R01 grant from NIH is a randomized clinical trial of resilience training. He has studied teamwork, safety and resilience in high risk environments such as the commercial aviation cockpit, the operating room, and the intensive care unit, under funding from NIH, NASA, AHRQ, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Swiss National Science Foundation, and the Gottlieb Daimler and Karl Benz Foundation.

With specializations in organizational assessment, teamwork, survey development, and quantitative methods, he spends his time teaching, mentoring, conducting research, and finding practical ways of getting busy caregivers to do the right thing, by making it the easy thing to do. He has found that results across industries, work settings, shifts, professions, and countries highlight a great deal about reliability in high risk environments – specifically, “you are better off changing the situation, than trying to change human nature.”

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