Tragedy, Trauma, or Typical: the ethical impact of coping with the stressors of clinical healthcare delivery via personal creative exploration
Includes a Live Event on 11/30/2021 at 1:00 PM (EST)
Regardless of the environment, healthcare clinicians partner with patients and families during their most intimate and vulnerable experiences. Some of these interactions fall under what most would consider typical or routine, but for many, healthcare experiences are filled with unexpected procedures, language barriers, mistrust, and anxiety. In the most extreme cases, patients receive life alternating diagnoses, experience trauma, or have their assumptions and expectations challenged by disease or injury. During this presentation, participants explore and challenge traditional definitions of creativity and identify potential methods of personal self-expression for the purpose of developing resiliency.
Participants will be able to identify risk factors to practicing medicine with the physical, psychological, and spiritual impact of burnout and compassion fatigue.
Participants will be able to identify personal outlets of creativity including an expansion of traditional definitions of creativity.
Participants will be able to develop a plan to practice and reflect on these creative processes with an intention to develop courageous coping strategies to counteract burnout and compassion fatigue
Suggested Domain: Ethics
Ann Hannan is a board-certified music therapist with over 20 years of clinical and supervisory experience. She is affiliate faculty with the Charles Warren Fairbanks Center for Medical Ethics and completed her medical ethics fellowship with the FCME in 2016. Ann has presented on clinical ethics at the local, national, and international level and has written on ethics topics for the ACLP Bulletin.
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