|Your Role as a Leader in both Quality Improvement and Work-Life Balance: The Intersection of Quality, Stress and Fatigue in a Clinical Area Near You…|
February 14, 2014
Quality improvement efforts at the clinical area level are frequently hampered by low levels of engagement and moral within a given unit. Before busy and often overwhelmed caregivers can be expected to care about quality, they need to care about their work, but they cannot sustain long term levels of engagement at work unless they take better care of themselves. The data on lack of self-care among healthcare workers is undeniable, and needs to be addressed through better awareness, training, tools, and interventions that bring joy, a sense of control, and a sense of purpose back to work. This presentation is designed to prepare leaders to enhance their level of resilience as a prerequisite for sustainable quality improvement. Moreover, when quality improvement is framed and implemented as a way to make care delivery safer, simpler, and easier for clinicians, it provides each of us with what we desperately want at work: more autonomy, a sense of mastery, and a sense of purpose.
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