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Victor A. Bressler Arts and Humanities in Healing Conference: Bringing Caregivers Closer

2012 Topic: When Caregivers Cry

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Tuesday, October 30, 2012 | 8 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.

The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey | Elizabeth B. Alton Auditorium

Pomona, New Jersey 

Participants will use the lens of the arts and humanities to discuss the scale and impact of caregiver burnout and how journaling and the arts can be valuable outlets for preventing it. Breakout sessions will include reading and discussing literature as well as journaling.

At the conclusion of the conference participants should be able to:

  • Explain the prevalence of burnout and its complications among caregivers; discuss its physiology, effects on patient care and promotion of well being.
  • Recognize burnout and its impact on oneself and colleagues; strategize approaches for preventing burnout and coping with it.
  • Demonstrate that crying is a form of communication; discuss the impact of crying on caregivers and those they interact with.
  • Develop personal strategies of outlet which may include writing, narrative journaling and other forms of art.

Target Audience: Physicians, Residents, Nurses, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners, Multi-Disciplinary Allied and Mental Health Professionals, Physical/Occupational Therapists, First Responders, Hospice/Home Health Professionals, Family Caregivers, Poets, Writers, Students of the Humanities and Public Health

CME and continuing education credits will be issued.

This event will include breakfast and lunch.

2012 Topic: When Caregivers Cry

 

Tuesday, October 30, 2012 | 8 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.

The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey | Elizabeth B. Alton Auditorium

Pomona, New Jersey

 

**Save the Date**

 

Participants will use the lens of the arts and humanities to discuss the scale and impact of caregiver burnout and how journaling and the arts can be valuable outlets for preventing it. Breakout sessions will include reading and discussing literature as well as journaling.

 

At the conclusion of the conference participants should be able to:

·         Explain the prevalence of burnout and its complications among caregivers; discuss its physiology, effects on patient care and promotion of well being.

·         Recognize burnout and its impact on oneself and colleagues; strategize approaches for preventing burnout and coping with it.

·         Demonstrate that crying is a form of communication; discuss the impact of crying on caregivers and those they interact with.

·         Develop personal strategies of outlet which may include writing, narrative journaling and other forms of art.

 

Target Audience: Physicians, Residents, Nurses, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners, Multi-Disciplinary Allied and Mental Health Professionals, Physical/Occupational Therapists, First Responders, Hospice/Home Health Professionals, Family Caregivers, Poets, Writers, Students of the Humanities and Public Health

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CME and continuing education credits will be issued.

This event will include breakfast and lunch.

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