National Conference and Wellness Expo to be held for healthcare professionals
With a focus on preventing provider fatigue through health & wellness
By: Provider Wellness Symposium
"Clinicians who care for the ill are at high risk for decreased physical and emotional well-being including burnout, decreased resiliency and productivity,"
Topics covered at the conference are stress management, compassion fatigue, mindfulness & meditation, music therapy, fitness, nutrition, and more. Smaller, more intimate breakout sessions will also be available. Attendees can enjoy workshops, presentations or interactive experiences with industry professionals. In addition, attendees can enjoy ultimate relaxation with an afternoon at the spa, horseback riding, petting a Texas Longhorn, or just sharing experiences around a campfire with some freshly made s'mores. This conference weekend promises to have everything a provider needs to let the stress and fatigue melt away.
This conference has been prior approved by the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists for 31.5 total Class A CE credits. View symposium itinerary to plan achievable credits. This conference is pending approval of CEUs by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and the American Association of Social Workers.
"In the healthcare industry, we are experiencing a pandemic after the COVID pandemic. Medical professionals have been on the frontlines for over a year with very little assistance in dealing with what they have been through," said Garry Brydges, member of the National Board of Certification & Recertification for Nurse Anesthetists and former President of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists. "This is a wellness conference that will have a tremendous impact on the healthcare industry. The big question has been, 'Who's caring for the caregivers?" This conference answers that call.'"
For more information about registration or sponsorship, visit providersymposium.com.