HeART:
The Role of Art in Healthcare and Healing
For Release: March 3, 2017
Presented by: Sharon Dills, MSN, RN, HACP

We know that art can play a therapeutic role for patients, but art can also have surprising benefits for practitioners as well.  This 30 minute, free presentation shares inspiring examples of how art has reached patients, practitioners and communities. Leave with an idea book about ways you can enhance healing through use of the arts into your own organization.

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Nutrition Know-how:
How Nutrition Affects Our Patients
For Release: June 2, 2017
Presented by: Kimberly B. Merritt, RN, MHA, CNOR

This free, 30 minute, session covers nutrition and dietetic services from an accreditation and regulatory perspective.  As the accreditation and regulatory landscape continues to shift, what are the most important considerations in nutrition? Learn can-do strategies to ensure you are meeting requirements as well as the needs of patients.

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Why is Managing
Pain So Painful?
For Release: August 14, 2017
Presented by: Patricia Cook, B.S., R.Ph

Pain management persists as a trending topic in accreditation & regulatory compliance. So much so that TJC is refocusing its pain management requirements.   What areas do we need to focus on and how do we create or refine a pain management program that meet the needs of our patients? In this free, 30 minute, session we present a practical approach to assessment, documentation, management, medication issues and more – all in the context of TJC’s expectations.

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What’s so Funny?
The Role of Humor in Mitigating Fatigue and Burnout
For Release: October, 23
Presented by: Marty Piepoli, MSW, LISW/CP, CHFM, HACP

Current research reveals that burnout in today’s healthcare climate is on the rise. Whether compassion fatigue from working with patients, or organizational stresses and demands, healthcare practitioners need strategies to help. This free, 30 minute, session explores the importance of humor in healthcare – for patients, and for providers. Using recent research and case study examples, we examine the do’s and don’ts of using humor with patients and in the workplace.

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*Please note presenters are subject to change.

*CE Credits are not available.