What: CDC’s Nationwide Institute for Occupational Security and Well being (NIOSH) will host a particular digital occasion with NIOSH Director Dr. John Howard, Surgeon Common Dr. Vivek Murthy, and different nationwide consultants from labor and drugs on the psychological well being of the nation’s essential well being workforce.
Staff offering well being companies face many on-the-job challenges that may result in work-related stress. For lots of the greater than 20 million well being employees within the U.S., the COVID-19 pandemic has additionally led to new and worsening psychological well being considerations, together with burnout, compassion fatigue, despair, nervousness, substance use problems and suicidal ideation. These considerations have an effect on every employee’s total well being, job efficiency, and finally, affected person care and security.
Now’s the time to take motion to enhance the psychological well being and well-being of America’s well being employees and create sustainable change for the following era to comply with. The panel will:
- Focus on the present disaster and the influence of the pandemic
- Discover the particular challenges dealing with the nation’s well being employees and what’s wanted to design a greater work expertise for this workforce
- Spotlight present efforts and introduce NIOSH’s 5-part plan to deal with the rising public well being disaster.
When: Thursday, November 18, 2021
2:30–3:30 p.m. ET
Who: John Howard, M.D., Director, Nationwide Institute for Occupational Security and Well being
Vice Admiral Vivek Murthy, M.D., M.B.A., U.S. Surgeon Common
Elizabeth Royal, Director, Service Workers Worldwide Union (SEIU) Nationwide Nurse Alliance
Lotte Dyrbye, M.D., Co-Director, Mayo Clinic Program on Doctor Effectively-Being
The place: Be part of through Zoom
Register prematurely: https://cdc.zoomgov.com/webinar/register/1916355196079/WN_5Gpu-DhBShSFnq3pUEbQAQexternal icon
A recording of the webinar shall be out there on the NIOSH web site at a later date.