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doctors and students
by teaching resilience
in health care
4th Melton D. and Muriel Haney Interprofessional Conference: Compassionate Conversations at End of Life
November 11, 2017
7:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
McLeod Hall, UVA School of Nursing
Visit www.cmevillage.com for the brochure and to register. Online registration closes November 1, 2017.
A collaboration of Sentara Martha Jefferson Hospital, Hospice of the Piedmont, UVA School of Nursing, and UVA School of Medicine.
Course Director(s): Kenneth White, PhD, AGACNP
Credits Offered: AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ - 4.25; Contact Hours - 4.25; Hours of Participation - 4.25
RESILIENT NURSES - Episodes 5 & 6 Available!
Since 2014, CCI has sponsored RESILIENT NURSES, a public radio documentary series heard on more than 78 NPR stations, nationwide on SiriusXM satellite radio, and downloaded more than 11,000 times.
Throughout the series, award-winning producer David Freudberg, takes a no-holds-barred look at the challenges faced by those in the nursing profession, RN burnout, and the many ways some nurses are harnessing the power of mindfulness and resilience to fight it. Episodes 1 through 4 are available here.
Now, in two additional productions, Freudberg examines nursing’s future, and how nursing schools like UVA’s are preparing new nurses for the difficult, if exhilarating journey ahead.
Got resilience? Why teaching clinicians to be mindful and resilient makes for more compassionate, safer, higher quality care -- and how the Compassionate Care Initiative does it. Watch our new video to learn more.
Student Ambassador Suzanne Sievers studied agriculture prior to entering the Clinical Nurse Leader program. She believes human connection is paramount and is invigorated by the impact she can have when working with others. She is a strong believer in the philosophy that excellent patient care begins with self-care. She hopes to be instrumental in the promotion of the CCI's resources, events, and activities. She wishes to be an advocate for mental health promotion and resiliency among her peers. She is a practitioner of mindfulness and meditation and believes in a well-balanced and active lifestyle. For her, this includes running, yoga, and hiking which foster confidence and resiliency within herself.
All of our drop-in sessions are free and open to the public. Attend as your schedule allows. No previous experience required!
The Fall Schedule begins September 1st, unless otherwise noted.