1.0 contact hours will be awarded to participants
Program Available until July 8, 2022
Join a discussion about the three phases of managing stress are:
- Understanding the cycle of stress and change;
- Changing our perception of the stress of change by recognizing legitimate stress and not denying its powerful impact and
- learning to protect ourselves from its consequences.
COVID has forced healthcare professionals to recognize limitations on many levels from system based, science or knowledge based, to individual or personal based. Professional uncertainty is undermining and stress provoking.
Maureen Sullivan Dinnan, JD
Maureen Sullivan Dinnan, J.D. serves as the Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer. Maureen is a healthcare law attorney with extensive experience with professional health issues having represented physicians, dentists, veterinarians and hospitals before DPH and the respective Boards and Commissions. She drafted and lobbied for legislation enabling the creation of HAVEN and joined the organization in 2008. She works closely with the Board of Directors, Vice President of Operations and Vice President of Finance, to oversee operations and to guide HAVEN’s growth and sustainability. She is a high honors graduate of Smith College and received her Juris Doctor degree from University of Connecticut School of Law.
Linda Barile, Ph.D, R.N., served as the Associate Program Director. Linda joined HAVEN in 2007. She conducted interventions, oversaw support services, and followed ongoing compliance with wellness programs for HAVEN. She provided peer support and met with professionals to help them develop insight necessary to maintain their recovery process and commitment to wellness. She is a graduate of the University of Connecticut with a Doctor of Philosophy degree. She also holds Master of Nursing degree from the University of California and obtained an undergraduate degree from the University of Connecticut. Linda retired from HAVEN in early 2020, but will continue to assist HAVEN whenever she is able.
Connecticut Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation