Spiritual Health First Aid For RNs

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1.0 contact hours will be awarded to participants
Program Available until July 8, 2022

Thursday December 17th
4:30 – 5:30 pm

Presented by:
Cheryl Green
PhD, DNP, RN, LCSW, CNL, CNE, ACUE, MAC, FAPA


True spiritual health is a realization that even in imperfection and strife, peace can be maintained.

It’s time
to reduce burnout, stress, and maintain a healthy work-life, spiritual
health can offer support to nurses both personally and professionally.

Join us
for an hour of insight and “conversation” as we learn about spiritual
health and how it can effectively be applied to our professional
practice and personal life. 

 

Topics to be covered:

1. Recognize the value of spiritual health in maintaining physical and emotional self-care.
2. Identify coping skills that can be utilized by nurses as they provide
health care to patients during the coronavirus 2019 pandemic, that can
assist them in reducing their own fear and anxiety.
3. Compare and contrast self-care practices that promote or impede nurses’ own health.

About Cheryl Green

Cheryl Green is
an Associate Professor at Southern Connecticut State University within
the Department of Nursing and an Off-Shift Nurse Leader at Yale-New
Haven Hospital in New Haven, Connecticut. Dr. Green has been a
registered nurse for over 30 years and a licensed clinical social worker
for over 26 years. Areas of research include: Incivility, mental
illness, medication error prevention, incivility and discrimination,
prayer and spirituality, self-care, distraction, stress and anxiety,
health disparities, nursing education, addictions, medical and surgical
health issues, simulation, and mindfulness.

 

 

One (1) Professional Development Contact Hour will be awarded

 

 

 

 

Connecticut
Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing
professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s
Commission on Accreditation