The Colorado Hospital Association presents:
Enhancing Caregiver Resilience: Managing Physician Fatigue and Burnout
Thursday May 1, 2014
Sheraton Denver Tech Center Hotel
Greenwood Village, CO
Before we care about quality, we must care about our work, and before we care about our work, we must learn to take better care of ourselves. The growing consensus in recent patient safety literature reveals health care provider burnout levels are reaching a breaking point. Against the backdrop of health care reform, economic uncertainty and an increasing demand for quality care improvement, our resilience is even further compromised and will continue to be challenged.
This one-day course was developed by faculty at Duke’s Patient Safety Center and is specifically designed for physicians. The course covers five modules: Prevalence and severity of burnout, fatigue management, mindfulness techniques, dealing with difficult colleagues, and coping with change. Enlightening, refreshing, entertaining and interactive are the most common descriptors of this course.
This course has been awarded 2 COPIC points.
The deadline for registration is Wednesday, April 16, 2014. CHA may not be able to honor your registration if it is received after the registration deadline. Space is limited.
Fee for registration received by CHA prior to or on April 16, 2014: $225
Fee for registration received by CHA after April 16, 2014: $275
Register online at www.cha.com. Online registrations are accepted with MasterCard, Visa, or American Express. Please note: After the registration deadline, online registration will not be available. After logging on, click on “Program/Webinars” on the CHA home page, then the program’s link. Contact Peggy McCreary, CHA meeting and events planner, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (720) 330-6034, if you have any online registration questions.
Or register through the PDF registration form (link below). Fill out the form and send it with payment to the Colorado Hospital Association, 7335 East Orchard Rd, Greenwood Village, CO 80111-2512, Attn: Barbara Cellio. Please make all checks payable to the Colorado Center for the Advancement of Patient Safety.
Click here to download the program’s brochure, which includes the PDF registration form.