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Nurse Wellbeing Week

A Free Virtual Discussion Series for Nurses
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About Nurse Wellbeing Week

Since the COVID-19 crisis began, emotional and mental fatigue for nurses has catapulted from "concern" to "crisis."

According to the American Nurses Foundation, more than half of nurses feel overwhelmed. 30% are depressed. 71% are struggling to sleep.

We believe that nurse wellbeing cannot be ignored. Nurse Wellbeing Week will bring nurses and experts together for a series of:

  • virtual discussions
  • exclusive content
  • self-care activities centered around nurse wellbeing

Our mission: give nurses the tools to thrive in nursing - both through this crisis and beyond.

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Join us live for one or all of our panel discussions. All panel discussions will be recorded and shared each day.

Linda Scruggs, RN, BSN. Linda leverages her decade+ experience in reproductive medicine to improve patient care and clinical well-being via the integration of healthcare and tech.

Monday, Sept 28th

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Nurse Wellbeing at Risk: A National Survey

As part of Nurse Wellbeing Week, NurseGrid, the #1 rated mobile app for nurses, surveyed more than 11,500 users on their habits, observations, and emotional wellbeing. We will release the results of this landmark survey on Sept. 28th exclusively for Nurse Wellbeing Week.

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Tuesday, Sept 29th

4:00pm ET

Riding the Waves of Stress and Anxiety to Prevent Burnout

As a nurse on the front line, you have to manage your stress before it turns into burnout. We’ll discuss methods for better controlling your nurse stress both at the bedside and away from it.

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Teri Pipe, PhD, RN, Arizona State University Chief Wellbeing Officer
Sasha Dingle, MBSR Teacher and Director, Mountain Mind Project
Susan Bauer-Wu, PhD, RN, FAAN, President Mind and Life Institute

Wednesday, Sept 30th

12:00pm ET

Your Body Is Your Constant: Resilience Through Sleep, Nutrition, and Physical Wellness

As a nurse, your physical wellness is directly tied to your emotional resilience. We’ll discuss how to better manage your sleep, nutrition, and physical wellness as a nurse -- without giving up your personal life.

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Terry Cralle, MS, RN, Certified Clinical Sleep Educator
Marisa Moore, MBA, RDN, LD, Registered Dietician Nutritionist
Becky LaChance, RN, BSN, CPT
Nacole Riccaboni, MSN, APRN, AGACNP-BC
4:00pm ET

Putting Your Wellbeing First: We Must Change Our Approach to Nursing Long-Term

COVID-19 has made clear that the emotional wellbeing of nurses matters -- the issues this crisis has brought to the surface are not new, just made more visible. We’ll discuss how this crisis can be a turning point for improving our approach to nurses' wellbeing long-term.

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Dr. Bonnie Clipper is a nationally recognized expert on the future of nursing and nursing innovation, a top nurse influencer, and international speaker.
Theresa Brown, RN; Nurse and Writer
Kati Kleber, MSN RN CCRN, Founder and Nurse Educator of FreshRN
Zach Smith, BSN-RN, Nurse Entrepreneur

Thursday, Oct 1st

12:00pm ET

Trauma, Exhaustion and Burnout: How To Cope With Each

If you’re feeling mentally or emotionally drained, the first step is identifying your type of distress. We’ll discuss the difference between trauma, exhaustion, and burnout -- and how to adopt strategies to fight back against each.

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Dr. Asa T. Briggs, DNP, PMHNP-BC
Jonathan Bartels, RN, Palliative Care Liaison and Compassionate Care Liaison to University of Virginia Health System, Innovator of The Pause
Anna Rodriguez, BSN, RN, PCCN, CCRN
4:00pm ET

Wellness in Action: How nurses can refresh, regroup, and reenergize

Times are tough and nurses are facing one of their greatest challenges ever. As we celebrate the 200th anniversary of Florence Nightingale's birth, it's only fitting that we ask ourselves: What would Florence do?Join Donna as she channels Flo for an inspirational and practical program to lift you up and get you back on track.

Keynote Speaker
Donna Cardillo, RN, MA, CSP, FAAN, The Inspiration Nurse

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