|2018 Wellness: Prioritizing Staff Well-being to Improve Intraoperative Communication and Morale
|Larsen, Stacey; Smithee, Katrina
|Health Promotion; Operating Room Nursing; Occupational Stress; Work Engagement; Apathy; Morale; Burnout, Professional; Resilience, Psychological; Poster
|Nursing staff members in the Neuro Operating Room are at risk for high levels of burnout, and have demonstrated low employee engagement scores. Burnout and disengagement manifest in various ways that impair patient care. Previous attempts to reduce burnout and increase engagement included partnering with human resources for team building exercises, through which we identified our values/desires for our workplace culture and made a compact to guide future conduct, but the gains haven't been sustained over time. The 2018 wellness champions set out to identify factors that contribute to low engagement and burnout, and bridge the gap between resources that may help us alleviate those stresses or mitigate those factors, and our staff.
|Relation is Part of
|Resilience Poster Session - 2018
|Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, University of Utah
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