WHA offers quality, cost-effective educational opportunities designed to assist our members in remaining current about trends and best practices in health care. We offer a wide variety of onsite and web-based educational programs for staff at various levels to assist Wisconsin's hospitals in maintaining their quality patient care delivery, and meet state and federal regulations.
WHA partners with careLearning, an online education company designed to help healthcare organizations by providing reliable, trusted, and easily-accessible talent management solutions.
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This webinar explores the science behind self-compassion.
The data are clear: Mindfulness matters. We demonstrate what it means to be in the “present moment” or mindful,
review the research on mindfulness for well-being, and how mindfulness can help communication and relationships. An
opportunity to practice mindfulness is offered, as well as strategies to boost everyday mindfulness.
This webinar will share specific tools to help your staff manage their emotions and their brain so they can show up with more confidence, empathy and courage during this difficult time, enabling everyone else on their teams to remain calm, confident and focused.
WHA is known for its superior government relations results and impactful advocacy on behalf of its members
Physician and advanced practice clinician leaders must represent both clinical and managerial interests
The annual Wisconsin Rural Health Conference is a statewide forum designed to highlight public policy issues affecting rural health care