The Leader’s Role: Addressing the Realities of a Distressed Staff
Tuesday, April 2712:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. ET
It has been a long year for clinicians on the front lines and it is safe to say that all health care organizations have seen the emotional toll the pandemic has taken on its staff, regardless of role or ranking. Team members are depleted. A recent CAPC survey confirmed that palliative care leaders perceive their staff to be resilient, but report alarming rates of burnout and grief.
As part of CAPC’s 2021 Leadership Series, this webinar addresses how to lead a team that is emotionally stressed or distressed during times like the present. Questions answered include, “How can leaders convey hope and positivity, while acknowledging that the difficult times are not over?”, “How can leaders sustain motivation and team health despite being unable to ‘fix’ many of the current sources of burnout?” Join us as panelists discuss the realities of program leadership in a depleted work environment.
Who should attend:
Webinar content will be relevant to any palliative care professionals taking a leadership role in the field. Program managers will benefit from this panel, as will listeners who are leaders in other capacities.
Praba Koomson, DNP
Director of Advanced Illness Management (AIM) Sutter Health
John Morris, MD, FAAHPM
Chief Medical Officer, Palliative Care
Sarah Winawer-Wetzel, MBA
Director of Administration, Palliative Care Program
Jeanne Sheils Twohig, MPA
Center to Advance Palliative Care
Andrew E. Esch, MD, MBA
Vice President of Education, Center to Advance Palliative Care