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Webinar: Sustaining Resilience During COVID-19 – From Leadership to the Front Line

April 1 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Sustaining Resilience During COVID-19 – From Leadership to the Front Line

Event Description:
COVID-19 has changed the world in which we live and work. Leaders and front-line healthcare professionals alike are facing new and more complex challenges as we adapt to a rapidly changing environment of care, while the level of uncertainty and ambiguity continues to grow. We are forced to make more difficult decisions, work in new ways and care for our own families, all while motivating our workforce to stay the course. So how do we collectively cultivate resiliency in order to remain strong and thrive while in stressful conditions, particularly when connection to others must be made from a distance? In this webinar, we will hear from three professionals to explore the dynamics of COVID-19 and how we can continue to support the development of our best selves as leaders through crisis. We will also learn about a model of peer to peer support developed to support Chinese healthcare professionals, and an upcoming opportunity to virtually build resilience together.

Who Should Attend?
Healthcare leaders, community leaders, leaders of front-line workers, and others involved in the COVID-19 response

Objectives:
1. Understand the conditions necessary to cultivate resiliency as leaders and thrive through crisis.
2. Learn about an innovative model to provide peer to peer support utilizing social media developed for Chinese healthcare professionals fighting the virus at the front line in Wuhan.
3. Learn about “Stronger Together – Resilience Circle,” an opportunity to virtually build resilience through mindful gratitude practices

Panelists:

  • Cyra Perry Dougherty
  • Pu Cheng, M.D., FAPA
  • Shannon Mong, PsyD

60-minute panel discussion plus Q&A

Register here

Thank you to our colleague Kat Phelps with the Wisconsin Network for Research Support (WINRS) for sharing.

Details

Date:
April 1
Time:
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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