Productivity Pressures, Medical Errors and Burnout

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7/12/2018 12:30-1:30 PM

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Health professionals in the US treating warriors returned from combat in the Middle East describe a phenomenon now called "moral injury." It is characterized as intensely unpleasant feelings of worthlessness and shame in having witnessed or in being complicit in moral atrocities during the Middle East crisis. This presentation theorizes health professionals witness a less devastating but nevertheless extremely serious variant of this by way of situations involving disruptive and defiant family members, workplace bullying, allegations of harm-causing medical errors, and impossible production pressures and quotas. Participants examine these and discuss their effects on health professionals. The program ends with strategies to lessen the intensity of the threats & manage them in healthy, resilient ways that restore a sense of centeredness to their lives.


For further information on this program, please contact Shelly Bush:

Phone: (405) 427-9537 Email: bush@okoha.com
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Cancellation Policy:
The registration fee, less a service charge stated in each brochure, is refundable if notice is received five (5) business days prior to the program. No refunds will be issued for cancellations received less than five business days prior to the beginning of the program.

Substitutions and Transfers:
Registrants unable to attend may send an alternate. Report substitutions to Shelly Bush at bush@okoha.com or Mary Winters at winters@okoha.com, or call (405) 427-9537 prior to the program. Transfers from one OHA educational program to another are not permitted.