Recipe for Well-Being for Health Professionals and their Clients: An Evidence Based Approach
||FL /AL/ OT CE Broker 20-642249
We Report to CE broker NBCOT® 8.75 PDUs
Domain of OT, Occupational Therapy Process, Professional Issues
*University & multi-center Licensure available upon request; all courses single user only
Erika del Pozo MOT, OTR/L
The tools provided in the course will provide you the ability to perform extensive self-assessments including a stress audit, set realistic SMART goals, and implement techniques and strategies to reduce burnout and promote greater well-being. After taking this course you will be equipped with knowledge on the causes and personal and professional outcomes of burnout as well as the tools and interventions to take effective action. This course will enable you identify intrinsic and extrinsic interventions that address the full scope of burnout, including stress management, self-care, and workplace advocacy. Never again will you view and address burnout as just an individual problem, for burnout is typically a contagious, social phenomenon that requires a well-rounded approach.
This course is one that you cannot afford to miss because of the holistic individual and group approaches that impact internal energy levels, team dynamics, leadership, and more. Work smarter not harder after implementing strategies that will help you deal with daily and chronic stressors, communicate effectively with coworkers, and promote real positive changes for your organization. Your professional productivity will improve by identifying internal and external recovery methods as well as organizational energy strategies. You will also be able to use all of the skills you learn in this course and apply it to clinical use with your clients immediately
Define components of burnout and evidence regarding its impact on the roles and well-being of healthcare professionals, teams, and organizations.
Identify the physiology of the stress response, roles of the limbic system and neocortex in response to stress, and how chronic exposure to stress negatively impacts physical health, mental health, job performance, and quality of life for healthcare professionals
List evidence-based interventions including resilience, internal locus of control, mindfulness, meditation, gratitude, optimism, and compassion and recognize the positive impacts in order to promote greater physical health, mental health, job performance, and quality of life for healthcare professionals.
Recognize how performance patterns can positively or negatively impact sleep and daily energy levels
List strategies to optimize daily routines in order to promote greater health and wellness
Review organizational energy, common traps, and how to address each trap and sustain optimal energy in order to promote optimal social participation and job performance at the individual and group level.
List the six demands at work that contribute to burnout and decreased professional well-being.
Differentiate leadership styles and characteristics of an effective leader in healthcare in order to promote greater job performance and work well-being.
Identify advocacy strategies in order to promote occupational justice in the workplace, professional well-being, and decrease organizational turnover.
Introduction to Burnout
Overview of Objectives
Cost of burnout
Personal and profesional outcomes
Models for holistic approach
Intrinsic Factors and Interventions
Stress response overview
Roles of the limbic system and neocortex
Modern challenges that contribute to chronic stress
Locus of control
Adaptive vs. maladaptive coping
Individual and Group Energy
Chronotype overview and goals
Sleep and work interventions
Social energy overview
Energizing interpersonal communication strategies
Organizational energy overview
Addressing major organizational energy challenges
Extrinsic Factors and Interventions
Includes HSE Management Standard Tool for Work Related Stress
30 page printable manual packed with quizzes, worksheets and activities - reproducible for clients
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