Nursing: Boundaries and Burnout: Strategies for Nurses to Maintain Self- N49794

15.00
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About the Webinar Course

This webinar has been previously recorded.

In today’s fast-paced, high-demand world, it’s become hard to separate work and home. In addition, COVID has further blurred those lines causing us to be even more susceptible to burnout. Burnout impacts every part of our physical, social, and psychological self and can have dramatic effects. This webinar course, presented by Trish Hart, a national expert in mindfulness and stress management, investigates the stages of burnout, how to prevent burnout, and stress management strategies to implement to continue to be a high performer and more mindful in your daily living.

Learning Outcomes:
Upon completion of the webinar course, the learner will be able to:
  • Describe the contributors and risks of burnout.
  • Analyze the impact of stress and burnout on one’s physical and emotional state.
  • Adopt two effective strategies for setting boundaries in one’s professional and person lives.

About the Presenter:
Trish Hart

Trish Hart is a highly skilled stress management educator and facilitator of mind body workshops, lectures, trainings, and retreats and events on a wide range of wellness and mental health topics, to inspire individuals to thrive in performance both physically and emotionally. With an MBA from Boston University and over 20 years of experience in healthcare administrative and patient care at several Boston teaching hospitals and for Deloitte Consulting, Trish’s mind body medicine journey is grounded in a strong corporate foundation. Additionally, she has worked in integrative mental health for many years supporting patients with a variety of mental health conditions including anxiety, depression, trauma, addiction, and grief. She is a regular lecturer at Harvard University and for several employee assistance programs. Trish is trained at several of the most prestigious mind body programs in the country, including Duke Integrative Medicine in Mindfulness for Professionals, and as a facilitator of SMART (Stress Management and Resiliency Training) at the Benson Henry Institute.  Her main interest encompasses the scientific based effects mind/body techniques on the brain, central nervous and immune systems, and she embraces the mind/body connection and the intermingling of Eastern and Western medicine.  

Content Reviewer:
Michelle Doran, DNP, MS, RN

Michelle Doran, DNP, MS, RN, is a Professional Development Manager at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, MA. Dr. Doran’s clinical and leadership experience spans primary, acute and rehabilitation care, school nursing, and the health plan industry. Her career has been heavily rooted in community health and working with vulnerable populations in urban and rural communities. Dr. Doran received her Bachelor’s in Nursing from The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, her Master’s in Nursing Leadership from Regis College, and her Doctorate in Nursing Practice at The George Washington University School of Nursing.
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Boundaries and Burnout: Strategies for Nurses to Maintain Self- N49794

15.00
About the Webinar Course

This webinar has been previously recorded.

In today’s fast-paced, high-demand world, it’s become hard to separate work and home. In addition, COVID has further blurred those lines causing us to be even more susceptible to burnout. Burnout impacts every part of our physical, social, and psychological self and can have dramatic effects. This webinar course, presented by Trish Hart, a national expert in mindfulness and stress management, investigates the stages of burnout, how to prevent burnout, and stress management strategies to implement to continue to be a high performer and more mindful in your daily living.

Learning Outcomes:
Upon completion of the webinar course, the learner will be able to:
  • Describe the contributors and risks of burnout.
  • Analyze the impact of stress and burnout on one’s physical and emotional state.
  • Adopt two effective strategies for setting boundaries in one’s professional and person lives.

About the Presenter:
Trish Hart

Trish Hart is a highly skilled stress management educator and facilitator of mind body workshops, lectures, trainings, and retreats and events on a wide range of wellness and mental health topics, to inspire individuals to thrive in performance both physically and emotionally. With an MBA from Boston University and over 20 years of experience in healthcare administrative and patient care at several Boston teaching hospitals and for Deloitte Consulting, Trish’s mind body medicine journey is grounded in a strong corporate foundation. Additionally, she has worked in integrative mental health for many years supporting patients with a variety of mental health conditions including anxiety, depression, trauma, addiction, and grief. She is a regular lecturer at Harvard University and for several employee assistance programs. Trish is trained at several of the most prestigious mind body programs in the country, including Duke Integrative Medicine in Mindfulness for Professionals, and as a facilitator of SMART (Stress Management and Resiliency Training) at the Benson Henry Institute.  Her main interest encompasses the scientific based effects mind/body techniques on the brain, central nervous and immune systems, and she embraces the mind/body connection and the intermingling of Eastern and Western medicine.  

Content Reviewer:
Michelle Doran, DNP, MS, RN

Michelle Doran, DNP, MS, RN, is a Professional Development Manager at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, MA. Dr. Doran’s clinical and leadership experience spans primary, acute and rehabilitation care, school nursing, and the health plan industry. Her career has been heavily rooted in community health and working with vulnerable populations in urban and rural communities. Dr. Doran received her Bachelor’s in Nursing from The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, her Master’s in Nursing Leadership from Regis College, and her Doctorate in Nursing Practice at The George Washington University School of Nursing.