Self-Care and Resiliency Building Workshop

Friday, March 17 - Saturday, March 18, 2017

Join us in Chicago for our first Self-Care and Resiliency Building Workshop, this two-day event was developed due to the high demand from our membership. This workshop is specifically designed to meet the needs of direct-patient care providers.

Registration Rates

Please note, early-bird rates apply until February 13, 2017.

Members Early Bird: $349
Members Regular: $449

Nonmembers Early Bird: $599
Nonmembers Regular: $699

Hotel Information

Hyatt Regency O'Hare
9300 Bryn Mawr Avenue
Rosemont, IL 60018

Phone: 847.696.1234
Room Rate: $145/Single; $170/Double
Hotel cutoff date is Thursday, February 16, 2017

Description

We all know that professional care-giving is a rewarding experience. However, sometimes the role of a pediatric hematology/oncology nurse comes at a cost. The cost of care-giving can result in low emotional reservoirs that can jeopardize the nurses' own sense of self, the ability to manage stress and can ultimately affect the quality and safety of patient care.  Nurses can engage in “preserving the wholeness of character” (ANA Code of Ethics, Provision 5), through actively participating in self-care that helps to build resiliency.  This workshop provides pediatric hematology/oncology nurses the opportunity to explore resiliency and self-care through self-assessments, individualized self-care planning and participation in a variety of experiential learning opportunities that strengthen resiliency by guarding against compassion fatigue, moral distress, vicarious trauma, and burnout.

Participants will receive instruction on the following topics:

  • Self-inventory
  • Navigating the current practice environment
  • Stress
  • Loss and Grief
  • Compassion Fatigue and Burnout
  • Empowerment
  • Resiliency
  • Spirituality
  • Self-care planning

Objectives

  1. Consider the effects of their work on personal levels of stress, anxiety and coping
  2. Receive evidenced-based education regarding compassion fatigue, moral distress, vicarious trauma, stress and burnout
  3. Participate in activities that promote reflection, relaxation, and restoration
  4. Develop their own plan for self-care management and resiliency building

Continuing Education

Attendees are eligible to receive 13.5 CNEs after completing the workshop, posttest, and evaluation.

Travel Information

Learn more about the hotel, parking, transportation and recommendations on what the Chicago/Rosemont area has to offer.