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Part 2 of Jill Gafner's "Burnout" Presentation
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Workforce Burnout Part 2:
Changing the Workplace Culture

Tuesday, April 18
11:30 am - 1:00 pm (ET)

Presenter Jill Gafner, BSBM, CDP

  • Learner will define burnout and identify factors that influence depression and anxiety 
  • Learner will examine personal and workplace impacts of burnout and how to cope 
  • Learner will demonstrate aptitude in implementing tools and strategies to mitigate burnout 
  • Learner with identify impact on job, self and social life of stress, depression and work burnout

1.5 CEU: NASW National, SW Michigan, Nursing, Case Management & General

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Everyday Activities to Build Resiliency
Against Cognitive Decline

Tuesday, April 25
11:30 am - 1:00 pm (ET)

Ana Daugherty, PhD

Dementia is a global health concern estimated to affect 10% of adults over age 65. Dementia is an umbrella term that refers to declines in thinking and memory function that interfere with daily life. Several different diseases can cause dementia; Alzheimer’s disease and vascular disease are the most common.

Some cognitive declines are typical in aging but dementia is NOT an inevitable outcome of aging. Many lifestyle and health factors can build resilience to protect against dementia and promote cognitive maintenance into late life. Dr. Daughterty will review typical aging and how it differs from dementia with disease. Research on lifestyle and health factors that can build cognitive resiliency will be discussed with practical advice on everyday activities anyone can adopt. It's never too late to invest in better brain health.

1.5 CEUs: NASW National, SW Michigan, Nurses, Case Managers & General

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Human Trafficking: How Healthcare Professionals Can Impact Change

Tuesday, April 25 from 5:00 - 7:00 pm (ET)
5:00: Networking, Beverages & Dinner
5:30: CE Presentation

Church of Christ Assisted Living

Redford Township Police Dept.

Human trafficking survivors require healthcare that is trauma-informed and culturally sensitive to their particular needs. Coordination is needed between health providers and statutory and voluntary organizations. Healthcare providers will be educated on legal definitions, examples of sex trafficking, the top 3 ways victims are recruited into sex trafficking, behavioral characteristics of victims before and after, and physical and psychological methods of grooming victims. Learn how traffickers keep control of victims physically & psychologically.

1.5 CEs: SW Michigan, Nursing & General (Program meets the
requirements for Human Trafficking credit set forth by LARA.)
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