This workshop is sponsored by your local WSNA regions: CWRNA, IENA, KCNA, NWRNA, RONA, and SWRNA.
Re-Building Strong Healthcare Teams: Shifting Away from the “I’m Fine” Culture in Healthcare
The widespread “I’m fine” culture in healthcare has led to disengagement and unhealthy team dynamics.
This engaging presentation and interactive workshop explores the sustained impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on our already struggling teams and systems in healthcare.
Watch this virtual conversation on our present-day realities and best-practice organizational and personal strategies for forging a pathway through the chaos. You’ll walk away with tangible tools to help turn toward the future with hope.
Recorded January 28, 2023
Free for WSNA Members, $40 for non-members
CEs: 2.0 ANCC-approved contact hours
Webinar recording is now available
You’ll walk away from this conference with tangible tools to help you turn toward the future with hope.
- You’ll be able to discuss how the “I’m fine” culture contributes to disengagement among healthcare workers.
- You’ll see how connection and healthy team dynamics can positively influence job satisfaction and patient outcomes.
- You’ll learn best-practice strategies that can bring a greater sense of meaning and fulfillment in your work and home life.
About Our Speaker
Cheri Constantino-Shor is the Director Professional Engagement and Nursing Excellence at the University of Washington’s Northwest Campus in Seattle. She is a relatable nurse leader and educator with more than 28 years of nursing experience, with 19 of those years in direct patient care.
Cheri created a national curriculum on Lateral Violence in Nursing for the Association for Nurses in Professional Development in 2015, served on the Academy of Medical Surgical Nursing’s Healthy Practice Environment National Task Force in 2018 and was featured in the July, 2022 Journal for Nurses in Professional Development’s “Ask a Leader” column titled “Authenticity is Integral to Effective Leadership.”
Cheri has spoken extensively locally and nationally on her passion for supporting the emotional health of both patients and healthcare workers and on creating a healthy work environment in healthcare.
This nursing continuing professional development activity was approved by Oregon Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
Approval valid through 01/28/2025. OCEAN ID #2022-43
Attendees may earn 2 contact hours. Participants must be present for all the educational activity to receive contact hours.