HASC Education Programs

A Workforce Burnout Crisis – Exploring Signs and Solutions

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COVID-19 has brought unprecedented changes and challenges to the health care workforce. Prior to the pandemic, the field already experienced record rates of burnout among clinicians and workers.

The effects of burnout can be disastrous, both for your team and your patients. What can you do to prevent it? And how can we leverage the current crisis to reinforce professionalism and resiliency to create stronger, more patient-centric organizations?

In A Workforce Burnout Crisis: Exploring Signs and Solutions, Trudy Johnson, chief nursing executive officer with California Hospital Medical Center, Shela Kaneshiro, patient care services VP/CNO at MemorialCare – Orange Coast Medical Center, and Jeannine Loucks, emergency department manager at St. Joseph Health – Orange will draw from years of experience in health leadership to create a high-impact learning experience.

The online event runs from 9 – 10:30 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 9. Access the link at upper right to reserve your place.

During the roundtable discussion, participants will share their organizational experience with employee  burnout and fatigue and any challenges that the group might be able to help you solve. Come prepared to share your thoughts and experiences. We look forward to your participation.

The session is designed with the following learning objectives:

  • Explore the impact of the COVID-19 environment on your workforce.
  • Frame the prevalence and consequence of burnout in a medical environment
  • Offer solutions to combat burnout, both on a personal and organizational level.
  • Provide resources for resiliency and wellness.

The target audience for the program includes chief human resources officers, chief medical officers, chief nursing officers, clinician leaders and workforce engagement champions.

You may also access an event brochure here.

Course Date & Time

Monday, November 9, 2020
Program: 9 – 10:30 a.m.

Course Objectives

  • Explore the impact of the COVID-19 Environment on your workforce
  • Frame the prevalence and consequence of burnout in a medical environment
  • Offer solutions to combat burnout, both on a personal and organizational level
  • Provide resources for resiliency and wellness

Who Should Attend?

Chief human resources officers, Chief Medical Officers, Chief Nursing Officers, clinician leaders and workforce engagement champions.

Other Details

SPECIAL NEEDS or QUESTIONS

For ADA assistance or general registration questions, contact Sherita Rogers at (213) 538-0767 or srogers@hasc.org.

Jamila Mayers

Job title:
Program Director, Education
Phone number:
(213) 538-0739
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