Resilience vs. Transformation: Navigating Individual and Organizational Wellbeing Webinar Series (LHA 10.26.23)
Dates: Thursdays, October 26, Nov 2, 9, 16, 2023
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 10:15 p.m. CT
Speaker: GiGi Dunn, M.D.
Cost: $425 to NHA members (per hospital, no charge for additional lines, recordings available up to 60 days after the webinar)
Experience how childhood stories relate to trauma, moral injury, healing, hope, and healthcare transformation. Each webinar will utilize evidence-based didactic teachings paired with experiential tools and group discussion to provide awareness and guidance for navigating these turbulent times in healthcare.
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CNOs, COOs, DONs, nurse leaders, physician leaders, quality improvement staff, human resource professionals, compliance officers, organizational leaders, and anyone else interested in the topic.
GiGi Dunn M.D. received her medical degree from Louisiana State University School of Medicine. Dr. Dunn completed an anesthesiology residency through LSU in New Orleans and served as Chief Resident during her final year. She is a board-certified anesthesiologist and was a founding member and past Co President of a group of 50 anesthesia providers in Baton Rouge and New Orleans. After 20 years as a clinical anesthesiologist and physician leader, Dr. Dunn made the decision to follow her passion for wellness and prevention that had spanned her entire professional career. In 2012, she completed the two-year, Integrative Medicine fellowship through the University of Arizona College of Medicine, Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine. This post-doctoral program is recognized as the world leader in integrative medicine education for physicians. Dr. Dunn is certified in traumatic stress studies by the International Trauma Research Foundation, and is a member of the Care Collaboratory, a group of national healthcare professionals and thought leaders working to support healthcare innovation and transformation. She created “Simple Wisdom for the Journey” educational programs as a primary prevention educational model, focused on innovating systemic population wellbeing through education, which includes “Simple Wisdom for Health Professionals,” a program of care for the caregivers.