Nursing: COVID-19 Resources Webinar Bundle
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COVID-19 has taken a terrible toll on patients and families — but also on nurses, who shoulder the dual burden of helping families cope with the loss of their loved ones while bearing their own feelings of loss and grief. Make time to learn not only how to best support bereaved families, but also to cope with the anguish you may feel. This bundle of on-demand webinar courses includes numerous webinars with nationally known nurse experts on topics related to the global pandemic.

Included Courses

Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • Boundaries and Burnout: Strategies for Nurses to Maintain Self 1
    Course release date: 6/16/2021

    In today’s fast-paced, high-demand world, it’s become hard to separate work and home. In addition, COVID has further blurred those lines causing us to be even more susceptible to burnout. Burnout impacts every part of our physical, social, and psychological self and can have dramatic effects. This course, presented by Trish Hart, a national expert in mindfulness and stress management, investigates the stages of burnout, how to prevent burnout, and stress management strategies to implement to continue to be a high performer and more mindful in your daily living.
  • COVID-19: Loss, Grief, and Bereavement 2
    Course release date: 1/14/2021

    About the Course
    This course is for healthcare professionals who want to identify ways to support grieving individuals because of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Characteristics that influence COVID-19 grief, bereavement, and mourning are identified. Policies such as social distancing may mitigate the impact of contracting the virus but increase risk factors for mental health issues and complicated grief (prolonged grief disorder). The course presents major theories and models of mourning as they relate to coping with COVID-19 ambiguous loss and disenfranchised grief. 
  • Helping Patients and their Families Cope with COVID-19 and Its Lasting Effects 1
    Course release date: 7/21/2020

    About the Course
    We are told by some that the pandemic is abating. Cases are leveling out. We can enter our “new normal” at varying rates of speed. But what does this mean? The issue becomes even more confusing when we hear about the “second wave” of cases. Probably the biggest concern is that there are still so many unknowns. What does “new normal” look like? As with the pandemic itself, nurses will be called on to help others deal with the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic. This course examines some of the possible long-term effects of this global health problem and explores potential ways nurses can help patients and their families deal with life after the pandemic.
  • Nurse Resilience in the Age of COVID-19 1
    Course Release Date: 8/18/2020

    About the Course
    Both the personal and the professional aspects of resilience are of great importance in unprecedented times, and such times are upon us. In this course, we will discuss the topic of nurses' resilience in the age of the COVID-19 pandemic. What does it take to be a resilient nurse and human being when the winds of adversity are blowing? Let's dive deep and discover the keys to building our resilience in the interest of our own well-being and survival. 
     
  • Trust Matters: Regaining Trust During COVID-19 1
    Course release date: 2/10/2021

    This course was recorded from a live webinar that took place on February 10, 2021.

    About the Course
    Nursing has been named the most TRUSTED profession in America for the 19th consecutive year. What an amazing accomplishment. So why then is trust in such short supply within the profession? COVID-19 has amplified the declining levels of trust exponentially. Whether due to strains on staffing, poor organizational communication or PPE shortages, trust between frontline caregivers and nurse leaders has been negatively impacted. This course presents the inextricable link between Cultures of Trust and higher employee engagement, increased teamwork and empowerment, increased performance, and lower turnover. You will learn the role each of us can play in rebuilding trust that has eroded during the demands and stressors in the work environment during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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COVID-19 Resources Webinar Bundle - 6 Hours

35.00
COVID-19 has taken a terrible toll on patients and families — but also on nurses, who shoulder the dual burden of helping families cope with the loss of their loved ones while bearing their own feelings of loss and grief. Make time to learn not only how to best support bereaved families, but also to cope with the anguish you may feel. This bundle of on-demand webinar courses includes numerous webinars with nationally known nurse experts on topics related to the global pandemic.

Included Courses

Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • Boundaries and Burnout: Strategies for Nurses to Maintain Self 1
    Course release date: 6/16/2021

    In today’s fast-paced, high-demand world, it’s become hard to separate work and home. In addition, COVID has further blurred those lines causing us to be even more susceptible to burnout. Burnout impacts every part of our physical, social, and psychological self and can have dramatic effects. This course, presented by Trish Hart, a national expert in mindfulness and stress management, investigates the stages of burnout, how to prevent burnout, and stress management strategies to implement to continue to be a high performer and more mindful in your daily living.
  • COVID-19: Loss, Grief, and Bereavement 2
    Course release date: 1/14/2021

    About the Course
    This course is for healthcare professionals who want to identify ways to support grieving individuals because of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Characteristics that influence COVID-19 grief, bereavement, and mourning are identified. Policies such as social distancing may mitigate the impact of contracting the virus but increase risk factors for mental health issues and complicated grief (prolonged grief disorder). The course presents major theories and models of mourning as they relate to coping with COVID-19 ambiguous loss and disenfranchised grief. 
  • Helping Patients and their Families Cope with COVID-19 and Its Lasting Effects 1
    Course release date: 7/21/2020

    About the Course
    We are told by some that the pandemic is abating. Cases are leveling out. We can enter our “new normal” at varying rates of speed. But what does this mean? The issue becomes even more confusing when we hear about the “second wave” of cases. Probably the biggest concern is that there are still so many unknowns. What does “new normal” look like? As with the pandemic itself, nurses will be called on to help others deal with the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic. This course examines some of the possible long-term effects of this global health problem and explores potential ways nurses can help patients and their families deal with life after the pandemic.
  • Nurse Resilience in the Age of COVID-19 1
    Course Release Date: 8/18/2020

    About the Course
    Both the personal and the professional aspects of resilience are of great importance in unprecedented times, and such times are upon us. In this course, we will discuss the topic of nurses' resilience in the age of the COVID-19 pandemic. What does it take to be a resilient nurse and human being when the winds of adversity are blowing? Let's dive deep and discover the keys to building our resilience in the interest of our own well-being and survival. 
     
  • Trust Matters: Regaining Trust During COVID-19 1
    Course release date: 2/10/2021

    This course was recorded from a live webinar that took place on February 10, 2021.

    About the Course
    Nursing has been named the most TRUSTED profession in America for the 19th consecutive year. What an amazing accomplishment. So why then is trust in such short supply within the profession? COVID-19 has amplified the declining levels of trust exponentially. Whether due to strains on staffing, poor organizational communication or PPE shortages, trust between frontline caregivers and nurse leaders has been negatively impacted. This course presents the inextricable link between Cultures of Trust and higher employee engagement, increased teamwork and empowerment, increased performance, and lower turnover. You will learn the role each of us can play in rebuilding trust that has eroded during the demands and stressors in the work environment during the COVID-19 pandemic.