Strategies for enhancing individual and collective resilient practices
“Resilience is being able to bounce back even when things are difficult or you face disappointment”
– Pam Spivey
Do you have a network of people who offer you support?
Are you able to keep a positive attitude during difficult situations?
Do you take good care of yourself?
Healthcare professionals are caring, compassionate and hardworking. Today’s healthcare environment is challenging, complex, and ever-changing.
Enhancing one’s resilience, which is that ability to adapt to life’s challenges and bounce back stronger, is an essential component in sustaining a caring and compassionate nature.
Join nurses and other healthcare providers in this resiliency “learning lab” that will focus on what resiliency is, why it is important and how we can build these positive practices in ourselves and our teams.
What the research tells us about resilience:
- Coping by itself is not resilience
- It’s not all nature
- We can learn and develop it
- We all have it some of the time
Your resilience is a function of your ability to cope and the availability of resources you have related to health/well-being. It’s about meaning and creating purpose. Resilience is about support and staying connected.
Join us Monday, December 9, 2019 in Raleigh, NC as we share experiences of both vulnerability and resilience and enhance our resilience capacity.