Tackling Burnout and Mental Health Issues for Nurses

It is no surprise that the risk of psychological distress is exceptionally high among nurses. Long hours, shift work, lack of autonomy, exposure to trauma, workplace violence, and the pressure to present as calm, all take a toll. Nurses are typically the first and last point of contact of care for patients, providing physical and emotional support at the time of greatest need. They are the backbone of our healthcare system. It is crucial that their mental health needs are recognized and addressed.

The Nurses’ Burnout Canada Conference will provide senior administrators of healthcare facilities with leading strategies to manage the spectrum of good psychological health and safe workplaces in a healthcare setting. You will connect with thought leaders and peers on some of the more complex challenges in helping nurses cope and thrive. Be part of the conversation in advancing opportunities to promote the mental health of Canada’s nurses.

Topics
  • Fostering wellness in an integrated healthcare system
  • A silent crisis: findings from the CFNU’s Mental Disorder Symptoms Among Nurses in Canada
  • Using professional development as a tool to support healthcare workers
  • Explore interventions to address stress, burnout and depression
  • Panel discussion: The role of respectful workplace initiatives in addressing burnout
  • Impact of racism on the mental health of nurses
  • CASE STUDIES: Our journey in advancing nurses’ mental health
  • How scheduling systems address workers burnout
  • Legal considerations for return-to-work policies in a safety-sensitive setting
  • Workplace violence prevention – recommendations that are actionable now
  • Facilitating support and recovery
  • It can happen to anyone: A nurse’s story of opioid addiction
Speaker Organizations
  • The Ottawa Hospital
  • Canadian Federation of Nurses Union
  • University of Toronto
  • The Centre for Health Sector Innovation
  • Fraser Health
  • Alberta Health Services
  • Grand River Hospital
  • Bernardi HR Lawyers LLP
  • Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
  • Logibec

More Speakers to follow.

2021 Nurses' Burnout Canada Speakers
Learn about the Speakers for the 2021 Nurses' Burnout Canada Conference
Cameron Love
President and CEO | The Ottawa Hospital
Linda Silas
President | Canadian Federation of Nurses Union
Abi Sriharan
Director | The Centre for Health Sector Innovation; Assistant Professor and Program Director, Systems Leadership and Innovation | University of Toronto
Thomas Clyne-Salley
Leader, Leadership and Organization Development | Fraser Health
Veronica De Freitas
Program Manager, Respectful Workplaces - Employee Relations, she/her | Alberta Health Services
David Kelly
Registered Nurse
Dr. Sanjeev Sockalingam
Vice President of Education | Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
Asha Rampersad
Lawyer and HR Advisor | Bernardi Human Resource Law LLP
Lori Furey
Senior Director, Product Management | Logibec
2021 Nurses' Burnout Canada Agenda
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2021 Nurses' Burnout Canada Virtual
What You Will Receive at the 2021 Nurses' Burnout Canada Virtual Conference

Due to the restrictions on gatherings of large groups and social distancing orders put in place in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, this conference will be a live virtual environment. Our virtual conference format will provide the same interactive learning experience as our traditional in-person events.

Attend this conference from wherever you are and hear our faculty of experts share their expertise and insights on preventing and responding to nurses’ burnout at your healthcare facility. Share your comments, get answers to your questions and have your say in the discussion just as you would at an in-person event.

Attend this live interactive virtual conference and receive:

  • Full access to all presentation materials
  • Participation in sessions in real-time
  • Full access to a recording of the event to view at your convenience
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