Staying Resilient as the COVID-19 Pandemic Continues
Thursday, May 283 p.m. - 4 p.m. ET
We’ve heard the analogy that responding to the COVID-19 pandemic is a marathon, not a sprint. Health care workers in all positions and disciplines are cautioned repeatedly about the importance of self-care practices so they can go the distance. But now, several months into this crisis, your resiliency techniques may be starting to feel stale or inadequate. How do you continue to flex your stress-resistance muscles for the long haul?
Join us for a webinar with J. Bryan Sexton, PhD, Director of the Duke Center for Healthcare Safety and Quality, whose work centers on combining the science of enhancing workforce well-being with practical tools and strategies for building and maintaining a resilient workforce. Dr. Sexton will share techniques to help you keep going in a session that is engaging, fun, evidence-based, and more relevant than ever to the lives of busy health care workers.
J. Bryan Sexton, PhD
Director, Duke Center for Healthcare Safety and Quality
Associate Professor, Psychiatry
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