Compassion Fatigue & Provider Burnout: How Can Self-Care Strategies Enhance Provider Well-Being?

August 17, 2021

Overview

- This activity will be hosted as a virtual (online) event. -

Activity Overview

Self-care IS NOT selfish! In this program we will review the recent national focus on clinician burnout in the U.S. and describe how the contemporary environment of COVID and virtual care exacerbates the distress experienced by oncology care providers. We will also not only describe the problem, but we will work to delineate the major intervention and self-care strategies with the potential to ameliorate clinician distress and enhance clinician well-being. Remember, self-care IS NOT selfish.

Objectives

  1. Review the recent national focus on clinician burnout in the U.S.
  2. Describe how the contemporary environment of virtual care exacerbates the distress experienced by oncology care providers
  3. Delineate the major intervention and self-care strategies with the potential to ameliorate clinician distress and enhance clinician well-being

Agenda

5:55 – 6:00 pm EST

Welcome and Introductions
Andrea Edwards, PA-C

6:00 – 6:30 pm EST

"Meet-the-Clinician” Exhibit Break

6:30 – 7:30 pm EST

Compassion Fatigue & Provider Burnout: How Can Self-Care Strategies Enhance Provider Well-Being?
Justin Baker, MD

7:30 – 7:35 pm EST

Closing Comments
Andrea Edwards, PA-C

7:35-7:50 pm EST Exhibit Break


Intended Learners
This activity is intended for oncology nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, nurse navigators, medical assistants, and other healthcare providers involved in the care of cancer patients.

Presented By

Horizon CMEVOA