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Turner Talk Special: COVID19 and Burnout: What you need to know

Course Format: Online Video
Course Credit Type: CE ARRT
Course Credit: 1.00
Rewards Points Earned: 25
Course Category: **Self-Study/On-Demand, *Allied Health Professional, *Free Imaging Courses, *Imaging, *Turner Talks
Course Producer: AltusLearn
Course Cost: Free | Included in All-Access Pass
Mobile Friendly: Yes
Course Release Date: June 02, 2020
Course Expiration Date: June 02, 2022
Program Summary: Program Objectives:
  • Provide an understanding of the relationship between stress and burnout
  • Discuss the effect of changes due to COVID on the overall wellbeing of radiation sciences professionals
  • Describe positive and negative ways to cope with stressors
  • Understand how to make a positive professional impact

Program Outline:

  1. Intro
    1. What is burnout?
    2. What factors contribute to burnout?
  2. How did I get here? And how does it affect me?
    1. What is my role in stress and burnout?
    2. How does my working environment affect stress and burnout?
    3. How has the COVID crisis affected stress?
    4. Is burnout more prevalent now? Why?
    5. What is the effect of reduced staffing? What about furloughs and layoffs?
    6. Will there be a surge of patients, only adding to the stress?
  3. What can I do to fix this?
    1. Is emotional intelligence a factor?
    2. What is mindfulness and how does it help?
    3. How can I build professional resiliency?
  4. Does leadership hold any responsibility?
    1. What is the impact of negative leadership on departmental stress?
    2. What is the impact of positive leadership on the working environment?
    3. What does positive leadership look like?
    4. How can I be a positive leader in my department?
    5. Examples of current practices during the COVID crisis
  5. How can I become positive in a negative situation?
    1. Personal reflections
    2. Improved communication
    3. Paying it forward
  6. Interactive Q & A
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