WEBINAR: PTSD Awareness and Mental Health & Wellness Strategies (Feb 13, 18 & 20)

Research shows there is a high occurrence of stress in the lives of healthcare providers, including nurses, and this can have a significant effect on psychological health and well-being. This webinar will discuss the potential impact of a high stress work environment and the patterns and prevalence of developing Post Traumatic Stress. We will also discuss strategies to increase awareness and support wellness within the nursing profession.

At the end of this presentation participants will be able to:

  • Define post-traumatic stress and common signs and symptoms
  • Identify contributors to one’s own levels of stress in nursing practice
  • Discuss strategies for mitigating the impact of and preventing traumatic stress
  • Identify steps toward personal wellness, resilience and a positive work culture.

Includes a live Q&A with CLPNA representatives.

WEBINAR: PTSD Awareness and Mental Health & Wellness Strategies

For your convenience, three dates are available for this webinar:

February 13, 2020 – 12:00 – 1:00pm (MST)

REGISTER for Feb 13 WEBINAR

February 18, 2020 – 12:00 – 1:00pm (MST)

REGISTER for Feb 18 WEBINAR

February 20, 2020 – 12:00 – 1:00pm (MST)

REGISTER for Feb 20 WEBINAR

ABOUT WEBINARS

A webinar is a live seminar attended using an internet-connected computer or mobile device, allowing participants in different locations to see and hear the live presentation and ask questions. Registration is required to receive the website link to the presentation and email reminders.

Unable to attend or want to watch again? This presentation will be recorded and made available on the CLPNA’s YouTube Channel.

Questions regarding registering for the webinar? Contact the CLPNA’s Professional Development Department at Ask CLPNA, profdev@clpna.com, 780-484-8886 or 1-800-661-5877 (toll-free in Alberta).

4 Responses to “WEBINAR: PTSD Awareness and Mental Health & Wellness Strategies (Feb 13, 18 & 20)”

  1. Will this webinar be offered at more conveinent times like first thing in the morning or at the end of the daylike at 3pm? ?