Series meets Wednesdays (weekly) 9:30AM - 10:30AM MT for six weeks.
Series Goals: To recognize signs and symptoms of stress and burnout, prevent impact of stress injury, gain tools to respond to stress in a health care setting, and promote connection with other health care workers.
Description:This ECHO series offers providers and other staff working in health care settings an opportunity to navigate, normalize and validate worries, stressors and experiences related to various health care environments. Participants will develop an awareness of the manifestations of stress along a continuum. With this framework, each session will provide helpful, tangible tools in a psychoeducational, didactic format to increase capacity, mitigate burnout, elevate connectedness and mindfulness, and promote self-efficacy and quality patient care.
1. Participants will gain an understanding of the Stress Continuum model.
2. Participants will recognize the centrality of the five themes of psychosocial resilience (safety, connection, calm, efficacy, and sense of future/hope) to manage stress.
3. Participants will learn to utilize tools to mitigate stress injury impact, such as Individualized Resiliency Planning, stress management techniques, communication skills, and mindfulness practices.
4. Participants will feel supported by the Past the Pandemic community.
5. Participants will know when and how to obtain mental health resources.
|1 - Stress and the Human Machine: Impact of Stress on Mind, Body and Living a Life you Love||4/5/2023|
|2 - Digging Deeper: How the Biology of Stress Informs Burnout Prevention||4/12/2023|
|3 - Managing Grief and Finding Meaning||4/19/2023|
|4 - Connection: Strengthening Relationships and Support||4/26/2023|
|5 - Stress Management: Prioritizing Sleep and Calming Practices||5/3/2023|
|6 - Using Mindfulness in Everyday Life||5/10/2023|