Webinar- A Risk Managers' Nightmare: Emotional Aftershock and Resiliency

May 27, 2020
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
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Risk Managers are key collaborators when mitigating significant events. Rarely does the Risk Manager have people come and say, “Guess what great thing happened today.” Daily exposure to medically catastrophic outcomes, conflicts with colleagues and patients, disruptive behaviors from colleagues, and increasing complex and unclear operational expectations, can play havoc on the Risk Manager’s resiliency, resulting in burn out and moral distress. Therefore, the practice of risk management requires self-awareness of burnout and moral distress and healthy ways to manage them. In this session, we will explore some approaches to both the Risk Management’s operational engagement in significant events and engagements and managing the emotional toll it takes on the Risk Manager.

Presented by: 

Risk Management Consultant, Coverys
Risk Management
Phone: +1.617.526.0244
Cell: +1.305.467.7734
Fax: +1.617.790.1171
Email: [email protected]

Josh is a clinical risk manager, bioethicist, executive healthcare leader, and professor with more
than 25 years of healthcare experience. He received his Doctor of Health Science and Master of
Health Law degrees at Nova Southeastern University and is currently a Master of Bioethics
candidate at Harvard Medical School. He has a broad base of experience that includes
academic medical centers, community hospitals, community mental health and in-patient
psychiatric care, physician office and ambulatory settings, accreditation and regulation, clinical
ethics, and corporate compliance. Some of his academic and professional interests include
relationships between health law and medical ethics, moral distress, professionalism and its
impact on patient safety, social media and its impact on the practice of healthcare, and LGBT
He has achieved the designation of Certified Professional in Healthcare Risk Management
(CPHRM), was appointed a Distinguished Fellow at the American Society of Healthcare Risk
Management (DFASHRM), and was an inaugural Healthcare Ethics Consultant-Certification
(HEC-C) recipient from the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities. He is the former
chapter president of the Southern California Association for Healthcare Risk Management, has
chaired committees for the American Society of Healthcare Risk Management (ASHRM), and is
on faculty for ASHRM. Additionally, he has written and spoken internationally on topics of
healthcare disparities, social media in healthcare, LGBT healthcare, and medical ethics.

This program has been approved for one hour of General CE by the Florida Board of Nursing.

CE Broker Tracking #: 20-697043


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