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Free resilience webinars available on demand

The March webinar in the monthly Health Care Workforce Resilience series is now available on demand. Presented by K. Carrie Adair, PhD, a social psychologist who specializes in resilience for busy and stressed health care workers, “Relationship Resilience: The Science of How Other People Matter” describes how cultivating meaningful relationships is a health behavior and how loneliness puts us at risk for lower satisfaction at work and in life, poorer immune system functioning, and even reduced longevity. Click here to access the recording and related materials as well as recordings of previous webinars in the series.

Sponsored jointly by the Wisconsin Medical Society and the Wisconsin Hospital Association, the complimentary webinars will continue the second Tuesday of each month throughout 2019. Participants receive practical and easy-to-implement tools for dealing with burnout in health care and can earn one hour of continuing education credit up to one month after the live program. The programs may be viewed individually or in a group setting.

Next month’s webinar, Enhancing Resilience: Three Good Things is April 16. Click here for more information, including future topics.

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