Raising Joy in the Health Care Workforce – IHI audio web broadcast – 9 July 2009

Posted on June 30, 2009. Filed under: Workforce | Tags: , |

Raising Joy in the Health Care Workforce
Thursday, July 9, from 2:00 – 3:00 PM Eastern Time  (US) – event can be downloaded afterwards from the Archive

Guests:
Joanne Watson, IHI Fellow and Consultant Endocrinologist, NHS
Katie Bell, Partner and Lead, Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index

“There’s nothing optional about a health care workforce that’s capable and empowered to deliver optimal care to patients. Staff members who are engaged in their jobs, have opportunities for growth and development, and feel respected by trusted colleagues and higher ups alike, go out of their way to implement best practices and, in the process, help their organizations earn reputations for best places to work.

Join WIHI host, Madge Kaplan, and experts Joanne Watson and Katie Bell, for a lively discussion of new research findings and new strategies being deployed to build  stronger connections between clinical outcomes, patient-centered care, and engaged frontline employees. Come listen, share your knowledge, and ask questions on IHI’s brand new audio “talk show” – the first of its kind devoted to capturing the best ideas for reforming the health care system through system redesign.

About WIHI
WIHI is a new free audio/web broadcast from the Institute for Healthcare Improvement that combines the best of improvement ideas with global experts, a seasoned host, and hundreds of engaged participants. The 60-minute program is offered live every other week and by download whenever it’s convenient for you to listen. Produced and hosted by Madge Kaplan, WIHI is your opportunity to meet up with colleagues who want to improve patient care and shape a true health reform agenda.”

http://www.ihi.org/events/SelectAttendee.aspx?New=1&EventId=1816

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