Quantum Caring for Clinicians Workshop

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Quantum Caring for Clinicians Workshop

125.00

When: August 24, 2019, 8am to 5pm PT

Where: Summerlin Hospital Medical Center, Las Vegas NV

Why: What we now know for sure is that the intangible dimensions of the human experience leave an indelible imprint on our psyche, our physiology and our lifelong health and wellness!

“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.” - Dr. Seuss

This full day workshop introduces the learner to the psychosocial stages of develop across the life continuum; the science behind hope; and the economics of compassion. These fundamental aspects of the human experience are then integrated into what we know about early life adversity and traumatic stress to inform and transform the learner’s understanding of their opportunity to touch a life and impact a lifetime for the infant, the family and themself.

This workshops has been awarded 8 continuing education credits for nursing in accordance with 244 CMR 5.04 Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing

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What do babies need? When I put that question into a google search I got a ton of checklists, commercials, product recommendations and shopping guides (including one blog post about whether or not babies need socks 😳).

What I know for sure is babies, and I mean ALL babies (including people who used to be babies) need connection, need security, need hope and compassion. That’s what being human is all about!

A universal principle of human caring is developing and sustaining loving, trusting, caring relationships. And before you go all ‘sciencey sans the soul on me’, hear me out. What we now know for sure is these intangible dimensions of the human experience leave an indelible imprint on our psyche, our physiology and our lifelong health and wellness!

This full 1-day workshop will present the science of the intangibles - hope and compassion - and connect these two biologically relevant virtues with neurobiology, epigenetics and psychopathology. Aligning with a trauma-informed approach to NICU care, the faculty will work with workshop attendees to co-create individualized CARE OUT LOUD action plans to implement in their clinical setting. In order to CARE OUT LOUD successfully, courage is needed and the faculty will dive into the dimensions of courage necessary for successful transformation in the newborn intensive care unit and beyond!