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Healthcare Worker Fatigue: Too Tired to Care?
WEB352
Can fatigue impair your thinking? Is working at night the same as working during the day as long as hours are consistent? Join this webinar to learn about the research regarding healthcare professionals’ fatigue, overnight shifts, and safety in order to support and protect the night shift and on-call heroes who work while others rest.

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Empathy 101 for Nurses
WEB332
Nurses are called to care. They apply evidence-based practice, clinical knowledge and critical thinking with compassion and empathy. This webinar will help nurses understand the difference between empathy and sympathy, and learn how to recharge and take care of themselves so they can take care of patients.
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Work Life Balance: Learning to Say “No” Strategically!
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Lack of self-care can lead to compassion fatigue, personal health issues and deteriorating relationships with the staff. As nurses, we tend to say yes to everything. Learning to say “no” is hard. In this webinar, learn how to say “no” strategically in order to create work life balance.
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Managing Your Time: Work Smarter, Not Harder
CE712
Nurses who gain control over how they manage their time boost their performance, gain a sense of satisfaction and reduce their daily stress. It’s the key to improving outcomes, keeping patients saf, and reducing burnout. This module identifies strategies to help nurses be more productive, more efficien, and less stressed.
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Nurse, Take Care of Thy Self
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Nurses are known for taking care of others at the cost of their own well being. Lack of self-care can lead to compassion fatigue, personal health issues, and a lack of work life balance. When a nurse takes the time to care for themselves, both their colleagues and patients will reap the benefit.
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Fatigue Countermeasures
WEB353
While long hours, shiftwork, and overnight work may be a necessary part of healthcare, there are interventions you can take to help you work safely.  Have you prepared yourself for long hours on duty? Join this webinar to learn about strategies and interventions to help you prepare yourself to work at your best during irregular or long hours.
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Surviving and Thriving with Conflict on the Job
CE112-60
Conflict is part of every work environment, including healthcare organizations. When handled correctly, conflict can be managed in order to achieve beneficial outcomes. Conflict can be a motivator for change and growth, a medium for airing problems and a dynamic force to prevent stagnation.
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The Healing Power of Humor
CE266-60
Research supports the physiological benefits of laughter for cardiovascular health, pain reduction, improved mood, decreased anxiety and more. Humor can relieve stress and improve empathy in healthcare providers. This module gives nurses information on using the healing power of humor in caring for themselves and patients.
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Guts to be Happy: Microbes for Mental Health
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Who would have thought that the microbes in our GI tract can affect our mood and mental health.  What we eat determines the make-up of our microbiome, which then sends signals to our brain. Learn how the gut-brain-microbiome connection works, dietary influences on the microbiome, and how what you eat is tied to your mood, and to mental health.
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Research Reveals the Benefits of Meditation
CE385-60
Healthcare practitioners in various disciplines and their patients use meditation. Relaxation and meditation have been shown to be beneficial in the treatment of many diseases because they improve psychological and physical health. This course discusses meditation and the research supporting its use when caring for patients with a variety of conditions.
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