This is not an accredited course for professional license renewal. Florida CNAs may use this inservice toward meeting their annual inservice requirement.This activity is approved for 1.00 contact hours.
Objectives Describe at least one positive outcome for caregiver self-care Name one symptom of caregiver burnout Know how to manage your self-care to avoid caregiver burnout Do you remember why you became a caregiver A genuine difference Not an easy job True compassion Physical and mental wellbeing Everything to everyone What happens? Burnout How to recognize burnout Recognizing burnout Stress vs. burnout How to protect yourself against burnout Benefits of self-care Self-care benefits Stress Looking at stress Stress and caregiver Caregivers and clients Caring too much Feeling hopeless Signs of stress Rating your stress The red flag Stress and feelings The role of emotions Emotions Examples of stress A stress ulcer Making life changes Seeking help Reframing thoughts Taking responsibility Managing stress Taking some quiet time
Sally Brounstein, RN, is a Regional Nurse Educator with Providence Health & Services in Oregon, with more than 40 years experience overseeing competency assessment for all RNs, CNAs, and Techs hired in the Portland, Oregon, service area. She has also developed the CNA2 acute care program at Portland Community College, where she has been an instructor for more than six years, providing training in conjunction with OHSU and Legacy Health System. Disclosure: Sally Brounstein, RN has declared that no conflict of interest, Relevant Financial Relationship or Relevant Non-Financial Relationship exists.