Feeling Burned Out? Help may be a Click Away
All of us have seen our lives transformed this past year.
If you are feeling burned out, and need guidance/tips on self-care and building resilience--whether it be your first time reaching out, or needing some support to boost your regular routine, there is help.
The California State University Shiley Institute for Palliative Care is providing it's self-paced Self-Care and Resilience course at no charge during the month of February.
Click on the link to find out more--remember, supporting yourself is the first step to caring for others.
Along with AAPA's Learning Central, PAHPM is Proud to present a CME Learning Opportunity:
Do the whole bundle Or the Individual Courses:
Aims to define both burnout and resilience, and to identify both individual skills and workplace factors that contribute to avoiding the former and embracing the later.
Provides an approach to care for those hospitalized patients facing life-threatening and serious illness, with a focus on those patients nearing or at the end-of-life.Let's Be Honest: Talking About Prognosis
Designed to provide PAs with tools and resources to help give patients honest and realistic expectations regarding their prognosis; patients and families will be better informed and may have access to more support in their home settings (by meeting hospice eligibility criteria).
Not Just for the Faint of Heart: Advance Care Planning for Healthy Patients
Addresses advance care planning for healthy patients.
Power Tools for Palliative Care Medicine and Hospice for All PAs
Aims to educate PAs more about the role of hospice and palliative care in caring for patients with life-threatening and serious illness.