Learn and Lead Nights in 2018
January 16, 2018
Lead and Learn Nights in 2018Topic and Speaker Submissions!
Join your colleagues as they lead you in a one hour monthly discussion to motivate, inspire and inform you.
Who should attend? Everyone! This is free for members and $15 for non members. $5 for non-member students.
OPEN to Everyone!
6:00-7:00 pm Class
7:00-7:30 pm Networking
Free for Members | $15 for Non Members
Become a Host - email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know your topic and if you have a venue in mind and we will do the rest.
- Rolling Out Resiliency
- Pelvic Floor
- Falls Prevention
- Women's Health
Date: March 7, 2018
Location: The Maryland Healthcare Education Institute. 6820 Deerpath Rd. Elkridge, MD. 21075
Resiliency, our ability to cope, is a critical skill for healthcare staff, clinical and non-clinical alike, to develop and use. According to Dr. Bryan Sexton, Duke University researcher the simple fact that we work in healthcare makes us more likely to feel “burned-out” in our roles. MHEI has incorporated research from the work of Dr. Sexton, as well as from Dr. Martin Seligman (positive psychology) into this valuable program. Using these efficient and effective resiliency tools, we are able to customize this program to meet your organization’s specific challenges and strengthen your team’s ability to cope on an individual as well as team level basis. As a result, you should see an increase in morale, teamwork, and engagement within your department and organization.
1. Define resilience
2. Identify key resiliency-building tools
3. Practice resiliency tools on an individual and team level
4. Identify opportunities to incorporate resiliency tools in your department and organization