Who takes care of those who take care of us? The nursing workforce is experiencing greater workloads and increasing levels of stress secondary to shorter hospital stays, rising patient acuity levels, limited resources, and a national shortage of nurses. Higher workloads, and work demands are associated with burnout and job dissatisfaction. Nurses are feeling overwhelmed, fatigued, and burned out. Nurses are providing care on the frontlines which often leads to burnout and fatigue. Self-care and resilience are important components in the healthcare environment and for nursing professionals. Self-care is an important component as it provides the strength needed for nurses to maintain resilience.In this webinar, hear from our panel of experts about strategies for improving your burnout resilience in all areas of your life. We will talk about effective self-care strategies; ways to take care of yourself at work, whether you are in a leadership or staff nurse role; how to be the best parent you can be, even when you feel worn out; and how to be a successful student if you are pursuing a new educational opportunity. Additionally, you will earn 0.8 contact hour of nursing continuing professional development credit for attending this webinar on burnout resilience.
CE Hour: 0.80
CE Contact Hour: 0.80
Expires: August 17, 2024
Live Webinar Expiration Date: 09/08/2022
Enduring Webinar Expiration Date: 08/17/2024
This activity is intended for all registered nurses.
Statement of Need
Nursing professionals are not aware of the strategies needed for nursing professionals to avoid burnout. Nursing professionals need to understand nurse resilience to enhance their practice, utilize their license to the fullest extent and better serve organizations.
Upon completion of this activity learners should be able to:
At the conclusion of the educational activity, nurse participants will demonstrate knowledge of nurse burnout to include differences between stress and burnout, tips to avoid burnout and the impact of COVID-19 on nurse burnout.
Walden University is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.