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The Funny Thing about Resilience: Evidence for Humor

Year 2

Boost Your Resilience!
Health Care Workforce Resilience, a webinar series developed and led by renowned health care workforce resilience expert J. Bryan Sexton, PhD, offers a dose of resilience in the form of continuing education that is engaging, evidence-based and relevant to all members of the health care team.
 
With each webinar focused on a unique topic, participants will receive one hour of continuing education credit, as well as practical and easy-to-implement tools. This series provides a buffet of bite-sized options for dealing with burnout in health care throughout 2020. When combined with other local activities, these webinars are an ongoing meaningful resource for health care professionals who are tired of only hearing about the burnout problem, or that they need to just “try harder.”

The webinars are scalable, by design, whether you have 4, 40 or 400 people listening, in one room or spread out geographically. And, each webinar will be recorded and available within 48 hours of the live session, for participants to access and share at a staff meeting or other gathering at a later date. The Q&A portion of the webinars is particularly popular and usually consists of two phases, the first being formal Q&A, and the second more informal, where presenters stay on the line for an additional 30-45 minutes, with the option for anyone else who would like to ask questions, make comments, or seek additional information. 

Enhancing Resilience: The Science and Practice of Gratitude

Year 1

Boost Your Resilience!
Health Care Workforce Resilience, a webinar series developed and led by renowned health care workforce resilience expert J. Bryan Sexton, PhD, offers a dose of resilience in the form of continuing education that is engaging, evidence-based and relevant to all members of the health care team.
 
With each webinar focused on a unique topic, participants will receive one hour of continuing education credit, as well as practical and easy-to-implement tools. This series provides a buffet of bite-sized options for dealing with burnout in health care throughout 2020. When combined with other local activities, these webinars are an ongoing meaningful resource for health care professionals who are tired of only hearing about the burnout problem, or that they need to just “try harder.”

The webinars are scalable, by design, whether you have 4, 40 or 400 people listening, in one room or spread out geographically. And, each webinar will be recorded and available within 48 hours of the live session, for participants to access and share at a staff meeting or other gathering at a later date. The Q&A portion of the webinars is particularly popular and usually consists of two phases, the first being formal Q&A, and the second more informal, where presenters stay on the line for an additional 30-45 minutes, with the option for anyone else who would like to ask questions, make comments, or seek additional information. 

2020 WHA Physician Leadership Development Conference

Physician leaders must represent both clinical and management interests. Those new to the role are often challenged to move beyond their clinical expertise as they are asked to problem solve, lead their clinical colleagues and manage needed change in a rapidly evolving health care environment.

The annual WHA Physician Leadership Development Conference is an opportunity for Wisconsin hospitals and health systems to offer their physicians CME-qualifying education focused on developing their leadership skills. The conference features nationally renowned speakers at a reasonable price and with minimal travel time for participants.

Due to the success of the previous year, the 2020 conference will once again offer a track of education specific to senior physician leaders as well as developing physician leaders. Non-physician leaders attending the conference may accompany their physician leaders to the Friday education session, network at the Friday evening dinner event, and then join their physician colleagues at either of the two Saturday morning educational tracks.  

New this year! Due to past attendee feedback, additional speakers have been added to the conference agenda. This added value to the conference will further develop the knowledge base of all attendees.

This educational activity is jointly provided by AXIS Medical Education and the Wisconsin Hospital Association.

2020 WHA Physician Leadership Development Conference

Physician leaders must represent both clinical and management interests. Those new to the role are often challenged to move beyond their clinical expertise as they are asked to problem solve, lead their clinical colleagues and manage needed change in a rapidly evolving health care environment.

The annual WHA Physician Leadership Development Conference is an opportunity for Wisconsin hospitals and health systems to offer their physicians CME-qualifying education focused on developing their leadership skills. The conference features nationally renowned speakers at a reasonable price and with minimal travel time for participants.

Due to the success of the previous year, the 2020 conference will once again offer a track of education specific to senior physician leaders as well as developing physician leaders. Non-physician leaders attending the conference may accompany their physician leaders to the Friday education session, network at the Friday evening dinner event, and then join their physician colleagues at either of the two Saturday morning educational tracks.  

New this year! Due to past attendee feedback, additional speakers have been added to the conference agenda. This added value to the conference will further develop the knowledge base of all attendees.

This educational activity is jointly provided by AXIS Medical Education and the Wisconsin Hospital Association.

Institutional Resources vs. Individual Resources as Solutions for Healthcare Worker Well-Being

Year 2

Boost Your Resilience!
Health Care Workforce Resilience, a webinar series developed and led by renowned health care workforce resilience expert J. Bryan Sexton, PhD, offers a dose of resilience in the form of continuing education that is engaging, evidence-based and relevant to all members of the health care team.
 
With each webinar focused on a unique topic, participants will receive one hour of continuing education credit, as well as practical and easy-to-implement tools. This series provides a buffet of bite-sized options for dealing with burnout in health care throughout 2020. When combined with other local activities, these webinars are an ongoing meaningful resource for health care professionals who are tired of only hearing about the burnout problem, or that they need to just “try harder.”

The webinars are scalable, by design, whether you have 4, 40 or 400 people listening, in one room or spread out geographically. And, each webinar will be recorded and available within 48 hours of the live session, for participants to access and share at a staff meeting or other gathering at a later date. The Q&A portion of the webinars is particularly popular and usually consists of two phases, the first being formal Q&A, and the second more informal, where presenters stay on the line for an additional 30-45 minutes, with the option for anyone else who would like to ask questions, make comments, or seek additional information. 

Measuring and Understanding Health Care Worker Resilience, Work Life Integration, and Burnout

Year 1

Boost Your Resilience!
Health Care Workforce Resilience, a webinar series developed and led by renowned health care workforce resilience expert J. Bryan Sexton, PhD, offers a dose of resilience in the form of continuing education that is engaging, evidence-based and relevant to all members of the health care team.
 
With each webinar focused on a unique topic, participants will receive one hour of continuing education credit, as well as practical and easy-to-implement tools. This series provides a buffet of bite-sized options for dealing with burnout in health care throughout 2020. When combined with other local activities, these webinars are an ongoing meaningful resource for health care professionals who are tired of only hearing about the burnout problem, or that they need to just “try harder.”

The webinars are scalable, by design, whether you have 4, 40 or 400 people listening, in one room or spread out geographically. And, each webinar will be recorded and available within 48 hours of the live session, for participants to access and share at a staff meeting or other gathering at a later date. The Q&A portion of the webinars is particularly popular and usually consists of two phases, the first being formal Q&A, and the second more informal, where presenters stay on the line for an additional 30-45 minutes, with the option for anyone else who would like to ask questions, make comments, or seek additional information. 

Coping with Change and the Neuroscience of Hope

Year 2

Boost Your Resilience!
Health Care Workforce Resilience, a webinar series developed and led by renowned health care workforce resilience expert J. Bryan Sexton, PhD, offers a dose of resilience in the form of continuing education that is engaging, evidence-based and relevant to all members of the health care team.
 
With each webinar focused on a unique topic, participants will receive one hour of continuing education credit, as well as practical and easy-to-implement tools. This series provides a buffet of bite-sized options for dealing with burnout in health care throughout 2020. When combined with other local activities, these webinars are an ongoing meaningful resource for health care professionals who are tired of only hearing about the burnout problem, or that they need to just “try harder.”

The webinars are scalable, by design, whether you have 4, 40 or 400 people listening, in one room or spread out geographically. And, each webinar will be recorded and available within 48 hours of the live session, for participants to access and share at a staff meeting or other gathering at a later date. The Q&A portion of the webinars is particularly popular and usually consists of two phases, the first being formal Q&A, and the second more informal, where presenters stay on the line for an additional 30-45 minutes, with the option for anyone else who would like to ask questions, make comments, or seek additional information. 

Enhancing Resilience: Three Good Things

Year 1

Boost Your Resilience!
Health Care Workforce Resilience, a webinar series developed and led by renowned health care workforce resilience expert J. Bryan Sexton, PhD, offers a dose of resilience in the form of continuing education that is engaging, evidence-based and relevant to all members of the health care team.
 
With each webinar focused on a unique topic, participants will receive one hour of continuing education credit, as well as practical and easy-to-implement tools. This series provides a buffet of bite-sized options for dealing with burnout in health care throughout 2020. When combined with other local activities, these webinars are an ongoing meaningful resource for health care professionals who are tired of only hearing about the burnout problem, or that they need to just “try harder.”

The webinars are scalable, by design, whether you have 4, 40 or 400 people listening, in one room or spread out geographically. And, each webinar will be recorded and available within 48 hours of the live session, for participants to access and share at a staff meeting or other gathering at a later date. The Q&A portion of the webinars is particularly popular and usually consists of two phases, the first being formal Q&A, and the second more informal, where presenters stay on the line for an additional 30-45 minutes, with the option for anyone else who would like to ask questions, make comments, or seek additional information. 

Signature Strengths at Work

Year 2

Boost Your Resilience!
Health Care Workforce Resilience, a webinar series developed and led by renowned health care workforce resilience expert J. Bryan Sexton, PhD, offers a dose of resilience in the form of continuing education that is engaging, evidence-based and relevant to all members of the health care team.
 
With each webinar focused on a unique topic, participants will receive one hour of continuing education credit, as well as practical and easy-to-implement tools. This series provides a buffet of bite-sized options for dealing with burnout in health care throughout 2020. When combined with other local activities, these webinars are an ongoing meaningful resource for health care professionals who are tired of only hearing about the burnout problem, or that they need to just “try harder.”

The webinars are scalable, by design, whether you have 4, 40 or 400 people listening, in one room or spread out geographically. And, each webinar will be recorded and available within 48 hours of the live session, for participants to access and share at a staff meeting or other gathering at a later date. The Q&A portion of the webinars is particularly popular and usually consists of two phases, the first being formal Q&A, and the second more informal, where presenters stay on the line for an additional 30-45 minutes, with the option for anyone else who would like to ask questions, make comments, or seek additional information. 

Enhancing Resilience: Practicing Safe Stress and the Science of Sleep

Year 1

Boost Your Resilience!
Health Care Workforce Resilience, a webinar series developed and led by renowned health care workforce resilience expert J. Bryan Sexton, PhD, offers a dose of resilience in the form of continuing education that is engaging, evidence-based and relevant to all members of the health care team.
 
With each webinar focused on a unique topic, participants will receive one hour of continuing education credit, as well as practical and easy-to-implement tools. This series provides a buffet of bite-sized options for dealing with burnout in health care throughout 2020. When combined with other local activities, these webinars are an ongoing meaningful resource for health care professionals who are tired of only hearing about the burnout problem, or that they need to just “try harder.”

The webinars are scalable, by design, whether you have 4, 40 or 400 people listening, in one room or spread out geographically. And, each webinar will be recorded and available within 48 hours of the live session, for participants to access and share at a staff meeting or other gathering at a later date. The Q&A portion of the webinars is particularly popular and usually consists of two phases, the first being formal Q&A, and the second more informal, where presenters stay on the line for an additional 30-45 minutes, with the option for anyone else who would like to ask questions, make comments, or seek additional information. 

Second Victim of Harm: Coping After Things Go Wrong

Year 2

Boost Your Resilience!
Health Care Workforce Resilience, a webinar series developed and led by renowned health care workforce resilience expert J. Bryan Sexton, PhD, offers a dose of resilience in the form of continuing education that is engaging, evidence-based and relevant to all members of the health care team.
 
With each webinar focused on a unique topic, participants will receive one hour of continuing education credit, as well as practical and easy-to-implement tools. This series provides a buffet of bite-sized options for dealing with burnout in health care throughout 2020. When combined with other local activities, these webinars are an ongoing meaningful resource for health care professionals who are tired of only hearing about the burnout problem, or that they need to just “try harder.”

The webinars are scalable, by design, whether you have 4, 40 or 400 people listening, in one room or spread out geographically. And, each webinar will be recorded and available within 48 hours of the live session, for participants to access and share at a staff meeting or other gathering at a later date. The Q&A portion of the webinars is particularly popular and usually consists of two phases, the first being formal Q&A, and the second more informal, where presenters stay on the line for an additional 30-45 minutes, with the option for anyone else who would like to ask questions, make comments, or seek additional information. 

Psychological Safety: The Predictive Power of Feeling Supported When Things Go Wrong

Year 1

Boost Your Resilience!
Health Care Workforce Resilience, a webinar series developed and led by renowned health care workforce resilience expert J. Bryan Sexton, PhD, offers a dose of resilience in the form of continuing education that is engaging, evidence-based and relevant to all members of the health care team.
 
With each webinar focused on a unique topic, participants will receive one hour of continuing education credit, as well as practical and easy-to-implement tools. This series provides a buffet of bite-sized options for dealing with burnout in health care throughout 2020. When combined with other local activities, these webinars are an ongoing meaningful resource for health care professionals who are tired of only hearing about the burnout problem, or that they need to just “try harder.”

The webinars are scalable, by design, whether you have 4, 40 or 400 people listening, in one room or spread out geographically. And, each webinar will be recorded and available within 48 hours of the live session, for participants to access and share at a staff meeting or other gathering at a later date. The Q&A portion of the webinars is particularly popular and usually consists of two phases, the first being formal Q&A, and the second more informal, where presenters stay on the line for an additional 30-45 minutes, with the option for anyone else who would like to ask questions, make comments, or seek additional information. 

The Surprisingly Robust Science of Self Compassion with Dr. Carrie Adair

Year 2

Boost Your Resilience!
Health Care Workforce Resilience, a webinar series developed and led by renowned health care workforce resilience expert J. Bryan Sexton, PhD, offers a dose of resilience in the form of continuing education that is engaging, evidence-based and relevant to all members of the health care team.
 
With each webinar focused on a unique topic, participants will receive one hour of continuing education credit, as well as practical and easy-to-implement tools. This series provides a buffet of bite-sized options for dealing with burnout in health care throughout 2020. When combined with other local activities, these webinars are an ongoing meaningful resource for health care professionals who are tired of only hearing about the burnout problem, or that they need to just “try harder.”

The webinars are scalable, by design, whether you have 4, 40 or 400 people listening, in one room or spread out geographically. And, each webinar will be recorded and available within 48 hours of the live session, for participants to access and share at a staff meeting or other gathering at a later date. The Q&A portion of the webinars is particularly popular and usually consists of two phases, the first being formal Q&A, and the second more informal, where presenters stay on the line for an additional 30-45 minutes, with the option for anyone else who would like to ask questions, make comments, or seek additional information. 

Being Present: The Science of Mindfulness

Year 1

Boost Your Resilience!
Health Care Workforce Resilience, a webinar series developed and led by renowned health care workforce resilience expert J. Bryan Sexton, PhD, offers a dose of resilience in the form of continuing education that is engaging, evidence-based and relevant to all members of the health care team.
 
With each webinar focused on a unique topic, participants will receive one hour of continuing education credit, as well as practical and easy-to-implement tools. This series provides a buffet of bite-sized options for dealing with burnout in health care throughout 2020. When combined with other local activities, these webinars are an ongoing meaningful resource for health care professionals who are tired of only hearing about the burnout problem, or that they need to just “try harder.”

The webinars are scalable, by design, whether you have 4, 40 or 400 people listening, in one room or spread out geographically. And, each webinar will be recorded and available within 48 hours of the live session, for participants to access and share at a staff meeting or other gathering at a later date. The Q&A portion of the webinars is particularly popular and usually consists of two phases, the first being formal Q&A, and the second more informal, where presenters stay on the line for an additional 30-45 minutes, with the option for anyone else who would like to ask questions, make comments, or seek additional information. 

Improvement Readiness in Healthcare: Introducing a Metric that assesses the capacity within a work setting to start and sustain quality improvement efforts with Dr. Carrie Adair

Year 2

Boost Your Resilience!
Health Care Workforce Resilience, a webinar series developed and led by renowned health care workforce resilience expert J. Bryan Sexton, PhD, offers a dose of resilience in the form of continuing education that is engaging, evidence-based and relevant to all members of the health care team.
 
With each webinar focused on a unique topic, participants will receive one hour of continuing education credit, as well as practical and easy-to-implement tools. This series provides a buffet of bite-sized options for dealing with burnout in health care throughout 2020. When combined with other local activities, these webinars are an ongoing meaningful resource for health care professionals who are tired of only hearing about the burnout problem, or that they need to just “try harder.”

The webinars are scalable, by design, whether you have 4, 40 or 400 people listening, in one room or spread out geographically. And, each webinar will be recorded and available within 48 hours of the live session, for participants to access and share at a staff meeting or other gathering at a later date. The Q&A portion of the webinars is particularly popular and usually consists of two phases, the first being formal Q&A, and the second more informal, where presenters stay on the line for an additional 30-45 minutes, with the option for anyone else who would like to ask questions, make comments, or seek additional information. 

Relationship Resilience: The Science of How Other People Matter with Dr. Carrie Adair

Year 1

Boost Your Resilience!
Health Care Workforce Resilience, a webinar series developed and led by renowned health care workforce resilience expert J. Bryan Sexton, PhD, offers a dose of resilience in the form of continuing education that is engaging, evidence-based and relevant to all members of the health care team.
 
With each webinar focused on a unique topic, participants will receive one hour of continuing education credit, as well as practical and easy-to-implement tools. This series provides a buffet of bite-sized options for dealing with burnout in health care throughout 2020. When combined with other local activities, these webinars are an ongoing meaningful resource for health care professionals who are tired of only hearing about the burnout problem, or that they need to just “try harder.”

The webinars are scalable, by design, whether you have 4, 40 or 400 people listening, in one room or spread out geographically. And, each webinar will be recorded and available within 48 hours of the live session, for participants to access and share at a staff meeting or other gathering at a later date. The Q&A portion of the webinars is particularly popular and usually consists of two phases, the first being formal Q&A, and the second more informal, where presenters stay on the line for an additional 30-45 minutes, with the option for anyone else who would like to ask questions, make comments, or seek additional information. 

Overview of Team Training, Tools, Techniques and Integration into Existing Infrastructure with Dr. Kyle Rehder & Dr. J. Bryan Sexton

Year 2

Boost Your Resilience!
Health Care Workforce Resilience, a webinar series developed and led by renowned health care workforce resilience expert J. Bryan Sexton, PhD, offers a dose of resilience in the form of continuing education that is engaging, evidence-based and relevant to all members of the health care team.
 
With each webinar focused on a unique topic, participants will receive one hour of continuing education credit, as well as practical and easy-to-implement tools. This series provides a buffet of bite-sized options for dealing with burnout in health care throughout 2020. When combined with other local activities, these webinars are an ongoing meaningful resource for health care professionals who are tired of only hearing about the burnout problem, or that they need to just “try harder.”

The webinars are scalable, by design, whether you have 4, 40 or 400 people listening, in one room or spread out geographically. And, each webinar will be recorded and available within 48 hours of the live session, for participants to access and share at a staff meeting or other gathering at a later date. The Q&A portion of the webinars is particularly popular and usually consists of two phases, the first being formal Q&A, and the second more informal, where presenters stay on the line for an additional 30-45 minutes, with the option for anyone else who would like to ask questions, make comments, or seek additional information. 

Collaboration vs. Dealing with Difficult Colleagues: Assessing, Understanding and Improving Teamwork in a Work Setting Near You with Dr. Kyle Rehder & Dr. J. Bryan Sexton

Year 1

Boost Your Resilience!
Health Care Workforce Resilience, a webinar series developed and led by renowned health care workforce resilience expert J. Bryan Sexton, PhD, offers a dose of resilience in the form of continuing education that is engaging, evidence-based and relevant to all members of the health care team.
 
With each webinar focused on a unique topic, participants will receive one hour of continuing education credit, as well as practical and easy-to-implement tools. This series provides a buffet of bite-sized options for dealing with burnout in health care throughout 2020. When combined with other local activities, these webinars are an ongoing meaningful resource for health care professionals who are tired of only hearing about the burnout problem, or that they need to just “try harder.”

The webinars are scalable, by design, whether you have 4, 40 or 400 people listening, in one room or spread out geographically. And, each webinar will be recorded and available within 48 hours of the live session, for participants to access and share at a staff meeting or other gathering at a later date. The Q&A portion of the webinars is particularly popular and usually consists of two phases, the first being formal Q&A, and the second more informal, where presenters stay on the line for an additional 30-45 minutes, with the option for anyone else who would like to ask questions, make comments, or seek additional information. 

Absence of Burnout is not the same as Thriving: Moving from Deficit Metrics to Flourishing Metrics for Healthcare Workers

Year 2

Boost Your Resilience!
Health Care Workforce Resilience, a webinar series developed and led by renowned health care workforce resilience expert J. Bryan Sexton, PhD, offers a dose of resilience in the form of continuing education that is engaging, evidence-based and relevant to all members of the health care team.
 
With each webinar focused on a unique topic, participants will receive one hour of continuing education credit, as well as practical and easy-to-implement tools. This series provides a buffet of bite-sized options for dealing with burnout in health care throughout 2020. When combined with other local activities, these webinars are an ongoing meaningful resource for health care professionals who are tired of only hearing about the burnout problem, or that they need to just “try harder.”

The webinars are scalable, by design, whether you have 4, 40 or 400 people listening, in one room or spread out geographically. And, each webinar will be recorded and available within 48 hours of the live session, for participants to access and share at a staff meeting or other gathering at a later date. The Q&A portion of the webinars is particularly popular and usually consists of two phases, the first being formal Q&A, and the second more informal, where presenters stay on the line for an additional 30-45 minutes, with the option for anyone else who would like to ask questions, make comments, or seek additional information. 

Science of Wow: Cultivating Awe and Wonder as a Resilience Strategy

Year 1

Boost Your Resilience!
Health Care Workforce Resilience, a webinar series developed and led by renowned health care workforce resilience expert J. Bryan Sexton, PhD, offers a dose of resilience in the form of continuing education that is engaging, evidence-based and relevant to all members of the health care team.
 
With each webinar focused on a unique topic, participants will receive one hour of continuing education credit, as well as practical and easy-to-implement tools. This series provides a buffet of bite-sized options for dealing with burnout in health care throughout 2020. When combined with other local activities, these webinars are an ongoing meaningful resource for health care professionals who are tired of only hearing about the burnout problem, or that they need to just “try harder.”

The webinars are scalable, by design, whether you have 4, 40 or 400 people listening, in one room or spread out geographically. And, each webinar will be recorded and available within 48 hours of the live session, for participants to access and share at a staff meeting or other gathering at a later date. The Q&A portion of the webinars is particularly popular and usually consists of two phases, the first being formal Q&A, and the second more informal, where presenters stay on the line for an additional 30-45 minutes, with the option for anyone else who would like to ask questions, make comments, or seek additional information. 

Patient Safety Leadership WalkRounds: Links Safety Culture, Burnout and Workforce Well-Being

Year 2

Boost Your Resilience!
Health Care Workforce Resilience, a webinar series developed and led by renowned health care workforce resilience expert J. Bryan Sexton, PhD, offers a dose of resilience in the form of continuing education that is engaging, evidence-based and relevant to all members of the health care team.
 
With each webinar focused on a unique topic, participants will receive one hour of continuing education credit, as well as practical and easy-to-implement tools. This series provides a buffet of bite-sized options for dealing with burnout in health care throughout 2020. When combined with other local activities, these webinars are an ongoing meaningful resource for health care professionals who are tired of only hearing about the burnout problem, or that they need to just “try harder.”

The webinars are scalable, by design, whether you have 4, 40 or 400 people listening, in one room or spread out geographically. And, each webinar will be recorded and available within 48 hours of the live session, for participants to access and share at a staff meeting or other gathering at a later date. The Q&A portion of the webinars is particularly popular and usually consists of two phases, the first being formal Q&A, and the second more informal, where presenters stay on the line for an additional 30-45 minutes, with the option for anyone else who would like to ask questions, make comments, or seek additional information. 

Positive WalkRounds: Leader Rounding to Identify What is Going Well – Links to Quality, Culture and Workforce Resilience

Year 1

Boost Your Resilience!
Health Care Workforce Resilience, a webinar series developed and led by renowned health care workforce resilience expert J. Bryan Sexton, PhD, offers a dose of resilience in the form of continuing education that is engaging, evidence-based and relevant to all members of the health care team.
 
With each webinar focused on a unique topic, participants will receive one hour of continuing education credit, as well as practical and easy-to-implement tools. This series provides a buffet of bite-sized options for dealing with burnout in health care throughout 2020. When combined with other local activities, these webinars are an ongoing meaningful resource for health care professionals who are tired of only hearing about the burnout problem, or that they need to just “try harder.”

The webinars are scalable, by design, whether you have 4, 40 or 400 people listening, in one room or spread out geographically. And, each webinar will be recorded and available within 48 hours of the live session, for participants to access and share at a staff meeting or other gathering at a later date. The Q&A portion of the webinars is particularly popular and usually consists of two phases, the first being formal Q&A, and the second more informal, where presenters stay on the line for an additional 30-45 minutes, with the option for anyone else who would like to ask questions, make comments, or seek additional information. 

The Pursuit of Happiness: Methods vs. Mythology

Year 2

Boost Your Resilience!
Health Care Workforce Resilience, a webinar series developed and led by renowned health care workforce resilience expert J. Bryan Sexton, PhD, offers a dose of resilience in the form of continuing education that is engaging, evidence-based and relevant to all members of the health care team.
 
With each webinar focused on a unique topic, participants will receive one hour of continuing education credit, as well as practical and easy-to-implement tools. This series provides a buffet of bite-sized options for dealing with burnout in health care throughout 2020. When combined with other local activities, these webinars are an ongoing meaningful resource for health care professionals who are tired of only hearing about the burnout problem, or that they need to just “try harder.”

The webinars are scalable, by design, whether you have 4, 40 or 400 people listening, in one room or spread out geographically. And, each webinar will be recorded and available within 48 hours of the live session, for participants to access and share at a staff meeting or other gathering at a later date. The Q&A portion of the webinars is particularly popular and usually consists of two phases, the first being formal Q&A, and the second more informal, where presenters stay on the line for an additional 30-45 minutes, with the option for anyone else who would like to ask questions, make comments, or seek additional information. 

Enhancing Resilience: Survival of the Kindest

Year 1

Boost Your Resilience!
Health Care Workforce Resilience, a webinar series developed and led by renowned health care workforce resilience expert J. Bryan Sexton, PhD, offers a dose of resilience in the form of continuing education that is engaging, evidence-based and relevant to all members of the health care team.
 
With each webinar focused on a unique topic, participants will receive one hour of continuing education credit, as well as practical and easy-to-implement tools. This series provides a buffet of bite-sized options for dealing with burnout in health care throughout 2020. When combined with other local activities, these webinars are an ongoing meaningful resource for health care professionals who are tired of only hearing about the burnout problem, or that they need to just “try harder.”

The webinars are scalable, by design, whether you have 4, 40 or 400 people listening, in one room or spread out geographically. And, each webinar will be recorded and available within 48 hours of the live session, for participants to access and share at a staff meeting or other gathering at a later date. The Q&A portion of the webinars is particularly popular and usually consists of two phases, the first being formal Q&A, and the second more informal, where presenters stay on the line for an additional 30-45 minutes, with the option for anyone else who would like to ask questions, make comments, or seek additional information.