Nurse Burnout

CAUSES, CONSEQUENCES, AND CURES

Join us and the GNA as we review the latest research on the factors that contribute to nurse burnout, consequences for nurses and their patients, and ways in which we can mitigate burnout.

 

CE HOURS: 1.0

COST: FREE

 

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Presented By

BREE BECKER
MSN, FNP-C, RNC-MNN

Bree Becker, MSN, FNP-C, RNC-MNN, Director of Clinical and Quality at Matchwell

Meet the Presenter

BREE BECKER, MSN, FNP-C, RNC-MNN

Bree Becker

Bree graduated from the Byrdine Lewis School of Nursing at Georgia State University in 2007, and received her Master’s as a Family Practice NP in December 2018.

 

Before becoming the Director of Clinical and Quality for Matchwell, Bree worked as a Clinical Development Specialist for the largest women and infant hospital in the US. She helped create the first ever Critical Event Training for her department and was involved in restructuring the competency program from paper to computer based method. She also started the first flipped classroom method for a nurse residency program, which lead to more competent and confident nurses entering their first nursing position.

 

When Bree isn’t working with Matchwell to empower all nurses to have better work life balance, she enjoys spending time with her 6 year old son and husband of 14 years.

Meet the Presenter

BREE BECKER, MSN, FNP-C, RNC-MNN

Bree Becker, MSN, FNP-C, RNC-MNN, Director of Clinical and Quality at Matchwell

Bree graduated from the Byrdine Lewis School of Nursing at Georgia State University in 2007, and received her Master’s as a Family Practice NP in December 2018.

 

Before becoming the Director of Clinical and Quality for Matchwell, Bree worked as a Clinical Development Specialist for the largest women and infant hospital in the US. She helped create the first ever Critical Event Training for her department and was involved in restructuring the competency program from paper to computer based method. She also started the first flipped classroom method for a nurse residency program, which lead to more competent and confident nurses entering their first nursing position.

 

When Bree isn’t working with Matchwell to empower all nurses to have better work life balance, she enjoys spending time with her 6 year old son and husband of 14 years8

Meet the Presenter

BREE BECKER, MSN, FNP-C, RNC-MNN

Bree Becker

Bree graduated from the Byrdine Lewis School of Nursing at Georgia State University in 2007, and received her Master’s as a Family Practice NP in December 2018.

 

Before becoming the Director of Clinical and Quality for Matchwell, Bree worked as a Clinical Development Specialist for the largest women and infant hospital in the US. She helped create the first ever Critical Event Training for her department and was involved in restructuring the competency program from paper to computer based method. She also started the first flipped classroom method for a nurse residency program, which lead to more competent and confident nurses entering their first nursing position.

 

When Bree isn’t working with Matchwell to empower all nurses to have better work life balance, she enjoys spending time with her 6 year old son and husband of 14 years.

Objectives

  • Define Nurse Burnout
  • Identify Some Causes of Burnout for the Nurse
  • Analyze Patient Consequences from Nurse Burnout
  • Analyze Personal Consequences from Nurse Burnout
  • Identify Cures for Nurse Burnout

This nursing continuing professional development activity was approved by the Georgia Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

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This nursing continuing professional development activity was approved by the Georgia Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

Meet the Host

GEORGIA NURSES ASSOCIATION

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The Georgia Nurses Association is the largest professional association for registered nurses in the State of Georgia.

 

Their mission is empowering Georgia nurses to lead change and improve health, and their vision is to be the prominent association in Georgia transforming health through advancing the practice and profession of nursing.

 

The GNA leads through Leadership, Excellence, Advocacy, Diversity, and Service.

Meet the Host

GEORGIA NURSES ASSOSCIATION

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The Georgia Nurses Association is the largest professional association for registered nurses in the State of Georgia.

 

Their mission is empowering Georgia nurses to lead change and improve health, and their vision is to be the prominent association in Georgia transforming health through advancing the practice and profession of nursing.

 

The GNA leads through Leadership, Excellence, Advocacy, Diversity, and Service.