STAR² Center - Burnout 201 - Session 6

STAR² Center Talks Compensation Planning - Week 1

STAR² Center Burnout 201 - Session 4

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STAR² Center Burnout 201 - Session 4

By : MARIAH

This session was presented on May 1, 2019, as the fourth session in the STAR² Center's Burnout 201 Webinar Series. Cheryl Fattibene, Chief Nurse Practitioner Officer at the National Nurse-Led Care Consortium, returned this week to discuss employee satisfaction and how to address it in your workplace as part of your strategy to combat burnout.

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STAR² Center Burnout 201 Series - Session 3

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STAR² Center Burnout 201 Series - Session 3

By : MARIAH

This session was presented on April 25, 2019, as the third session in the STAR² Center's Burnout 201 Webinar Series. Cheryl Fattibene, Chief Nurse Practitioner Officer at the National Nurse-Led Care Consortium, discussed high performing teams and how employee satisfaction affects turnover.

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STAR² Center Burnout 201 Series - Session 2

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STAR² Center Burnout 201 Series - Session 2

By : MARIAH

This session was presented on April 18, 2019, as the second session in the STAR² Center's Burnout 201 Webinar Series. Dr. Eileen Barrett of the University of New Mexico and American College of Physicians shared insights on how the clinician experience impacts the patient experience and how focusing on improving the clinician experience can reduce provider burnout and improve care.

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STAR² Center Burnout 201 Series - Session 1

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STAR² Center Burnout 201 Series - Session 1

By : MARIAH

This session was presented on April 11, 2019, as the first session in the STAR² Center's Burnout 201 Webinar Series. The STAR² Center's Suzanne Speer gave an introduction to the goals for this series and laid the groundwork for first or next steps attendees can take to approach burnout with their teams.

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Health Outreach Partners - Self-Care for Health Workers

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Health Outreach Partners - Self-Care for Health Workers

By : MARIAH

Outreach workers provide crucial services where individuals live, work, and spend time. They often take on many roles, which can leave them susceptible to burnout due to long work hours, prioritizing others’ needs over their own, and being a witness to the challenges and traumas that their communities experience. For health centers, it is important to promote and implement self-care practices within the workplace in order to recruit and retain staff, as well as foster a healthy and supportive work environment.

Health Outreach Partners - Organizational Self Care

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Health Outreach Partners - Organizational Self Care

By : MARIAH

In this 2017 presentation, HOP addressed organizational self-care – a broad organizational approach to foster a healthy and supportive work environment that can reduce burnout and improve staff satisfaction and retention. The presenters demonstrated the importance of organizational self-care for the sustainability of health centers, explained concepts around compassion fatigue and burnout, and proposed strategies to support organizations in establishing a culture of self-care.

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