Hundreds participate in First Workforce Resilience Webinar
On January 8, more than 450 registrants, representing more than 115 individual hospital organizations and all the major health systems in Wisconsin, participated in the first installment of the 12-part series focused on health care workforce resilience. The Health Care Workforce Resilience series is offered jointly by WHA and the Wisconsin Medical Society, is available at no cost to members, and is presented by renowned health care workforce resilience expert J. Bryan Sexton, PhD, Director of the Duke Patient Safety Center at Duke University Health System.
The first session, Prevalence and Severity of Burnout: Workforce Resilience as Care Quality, focused on the concept that burnout is increasingly common and can compromise clinical and operational outcomes, but it’s treatable. Each monthly session includes engaging and evidence-based content, is delivered in bite-sized doses, and shares practical tools and strategies immediately applicable for all members of the health care team, regardless of role.
Even if you missed this first session, you can still participate in the series. You can access the recorded session and participate in upcoming sessions by registering today.
- Each live session will be recorded and available on-demand, allowing you to view them at your convenience, but pre-registration is required.
- Each session is also approved for 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM and 1.0 Nursing credit hour, for those who participate in the live webinar or view the recording within 30 days.
- View the full list of series topics and dates and register now.
This story originally appeared in the January 08, 2019 edition of WHA Newsletter