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On the Threshold of Safety: The Problem of Fatigue, Burnout, & Moral Distress in the ED

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On the Threshold of Safety: The Problem of Fatigue, Burnout, & Moral Distress in the ED

Home » On the Threshold of Safety: The Problem of Fatigue, Burnout, & Moral Distress in the ED
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Presented By: Lisa Wolf, Ph.D, RN, CEN, FAEN April 2017
April 2017

This presentation provides information on the interaction of staffing levels, fatigue, moral distress and burnout as they affect both patient and nursing outcomes in the emergency department setting. A discussion of etiology and intervention sheds light on the process of maintaining healthy work environments that ensure excellent patient care and nursing retention.

Objectives:

  • Discuss how staffing levels, nursing fatigue and patient outcomes are interconnected phenomena
  • Review how these phenomena affect both nursing outcomes and patient care
  • Discuss interventions can be made at critical points in the process of burnout

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WHO SHOULD WATCH

Your entire healthcare team will benefit from this session so please be sure to tune in.

INQUIRES

For ED inquiries, please contact Laurel Grisbach at (818) 545-3342 or laurel.grisbach@betahg.com.

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