The widespread "I'm fine" culture in healthcare has lead to disagreement and unhealthy teams. This interactive workshop will give you the tools to forge through the current chaos to find hope, meaning and fulfillment again.
Cheri Constantino-Shor is the Director Professional Engagement and Nursing Excellence at the University of Washington’s Northwest Campus in Seattle. She is a relatable nurse leader and educator with more than 28 years of nursing experience, with 19 of those years in direct patient care.
Cheri created a national curriculum on Lateral Violence in Nursing for the Association for Nurses in Professional Development in 2015, served on the Academy of Medical Surgical Nursing’s Healthy Practice Environment National Task Force in 2018 and was featured in the July, 2022 Journal for Nurses in Professional Development’s “Ask a Leader” column titled “Authenticity is Integral to Effective Leadership.”
Cheri has spoken extensively locally and nationally on her passion for supporting the emotional health of both patients and healthcare workers and on creating a healthy work environment in healthcare.
This activity has been submitted to Oregon Nurses Association for approval to award contact hours. Oregon Nurses Association is accredited as an approver of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
Upon approval, attendees may earn 2 contact hours. Participants must be present for the entire educational activity to receive contact hours.
This is a virtual event conducted via Zoom.
This event is jointly produced by WSNAs regional nurses associations: Central Washington Region Nurses Association, Inland Empire Nurses Association, King County Nurses Association, Northwest Region Nurses Association, Rainier Olympic Nurses Association, and Southwest Region Nurses Association.