A critical piece of delivering safe, effective care is a skilled and resilient health care workforce. Across the nation, caregivers are reporting high levels of burnout, with over half of physicians and one-third of nurses reporting they feel burned out from their work. Burnout is linked to higher rates of depression, substance abuse, anxiety, physical illness, divorce and suicide. Enhancing health care worker resilience has been identified by FHA's Workforce Committee as a top priority for Florida's hospitals.
FHA is pleased to announce the Workforce Resilience Series is On-Demand. The 12-month series was led by well-known health care workforce resilience expert Bryan Sexton, PhD, Associate Professor and Director of the Duke Center for Healthcare Safety & Quality at Duke University Health System. The program provides evidence-based burnout solutions, including skills and tools, to enhance caregiver resilience. Thanks to the generous sponsorship of Memorial Healthcare System, this program is offered FREE of charge to all hospitals and health systems in Florida and members of the Florida Medical Association.
Each webinar program presents a topic that combines the science of enhancing workforce resilience with practical tools, strategies, and resources for building and maintaining a strong workforce. The programs will be recorded to maximize participation.
Continuing Education Participants are eligible to receive CEUs throughout 2021. Each webinar is approved for 1.0 credit hour of continuing education for the following licensed professionals:
Nurses, by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC)
Physicians, by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME)
To receive CE/CME credit, you must complete the short webinar evaluation with your contact information. After successful completion of the evaluation, you will receive an email with a certificate of participation and the webinar slides. Other professionals may submit a certificate of participation and the webinar slides to your professional board for continuing education credit. It is the participant's responsibility to upload their certificate(s) to CE Broker to receive CE/CME credit.
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