In studying the impact of past pandemics, the additional stress and other related factors has been shown to increase burnout among nurses and other healthcare providers. Prior to the pandemic though, the level of nurses experiencing some degree of burnout was already 40 to 50%! These resources discuss the current science around the state of nursing burnout, including some changes in behaviors that we may be seeing considering the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, we will identify how to spot some of those behavioral changes and share strategies to mitigate the impact of this pandemic on nursing burnout.
- 75% of learners will identify at least one change or imrpovement within their professional/personal development based on the informaiton learned during the microlearning session topic.
- Microlearning Presentation — Nurse Burnout Amid a COVID-19 Pandemic
- Microlearning Presentation — Using Personal Resilience to Enhance Nurse Well-Being
- PDF — Tips to Avoid Burnout
- PDF — a Nurse's Guide to Increasing Resilience
- PDF — 5 Strategies to Developing Resilience
- PDF — Building a Positive Environment: Healthy Individuals Contribute to Healthy Organizations
Perry M. Gee, PhD, RN, has been a registered nurse for over 35 years and a clinical informatics specialist for the past two decades. He has PhD in Nursing Science and Health-care Leadership from the University of California, Davis, an MSN in Clinical Informatics from the University of Utah, and a BSN from Montana State University. Perry is the first Nurse Scientist for Intermountain Healthcare in Salt Lake City.
Renee Thompson, DNP, RN, CSP, is a sought after speaker, author, consultant and leading authority on creating healthy workforce's by eliminating bullying and incivility. With 28 years as a clinical nurse, nurse educator, quality manager, and nurse executive, Dr. Thompson is an expert on workplace bullying and incivility and spends the majority of her time working with healthcare organizations that want to cultivate a healthy workforce.
Ann Bindra, MSN, RN, NPD-BC, CCRN-K, is a board-certified Nursing Professional Development Specialist and Critical Care Nurse Educator. She currently oversees several educational programs at UCLA Health. Ann values life-long learning and is currently in a doctoral program. She hopes to inspire other nurses to never give up on their educational goals.
Hanna Hughes, MBA, MSN, RN, CNE, is a Nurse Capital Strategist™ and Principal Consultant with ExecNurse Academy® where she helps organizations engage, retain, and develop nurses, especially those from diverse racial/ethnic backgrounds, Gen Xers, and millennials. ExecNurse Academy specializes in leadership development, career development/strategy, and succession planning by working with individuals and groups. ExecNurse also provides organizational training and development, including tailored: diversity, equity, and inclusion training, career navigation seminars, leadership intensives, and resilience training for nurses.