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Meet Anna, a nurse who went to the frontlines of New York to help with the COVID-19 crisis. Listen to her story of tragedy and resilience, and learn more about how she’s achieving her dream of becoming a family nurse practitioner.
At Walden, we believe A Good Education is an Education for Good.®
As you advance in your nursing career, be sure to make time to take care of yourself, too. In an article about self-care practices for nurses on Nurse.org, Keith Carlson, a board-certified nurse coach, suggests applying everyday nursing practices to assess your current state and to set and evaluate your self-care plan.
Medical professionals are adapting quickly to shifts in patient care and telehealth services promise to allow millions of Americans to seek the care they need when they need it, from the safety of their own homes.
Can your organization embrace this emerging technology? Do you have the tools to transform your services while maintaining the same high-quality care? Find out during our upcoming webinar series.
Join Dr. Virginia Moore, core faculty member in Walden University’s School of Nursing, for an informative three-part webinar series exploring telehealth as an integral component of today’s professional health care practice.
During this webinar, nurses will learn about the concepts of compassion satisfaction, compassion fatigue, and burnout. Examples specific to the COVID-19 pandemic will be used to emphasize these points. Dr. Mary Bemker-Page, scholar and practitioner, provides a tool kit for nurses to plan and implement strategies for developing self-compassion and self-care that build resiliency to enhance compassion satisfaction and professional quality of life.
*The presenters and planners of these sessions disclose no financial interests nor receive any in-kind materials or funding that could influence the planning or presentation of this material. To obtain one contact hour for the presentation, click on the link at the end of the webinar, complete the evaluation and download or print your certificate. Walden University is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Provider Unit Number: P0649.
Participants needing accommodations to attend this webinar please contact [email protected].