Physicians, non-physician providers, nurses, administrators, risk managers, patient safety officers, and other health care professional staff.
This is the first in a series of special webinars aimed at health care professionals that explores how to improve health care workplace culture by increasing healthy behaviors and eliminating harmful behaviors. This webinar will focus on how academic training tolerates if not fosters abusive behaviors and will discuss how to address and counteract it.
- Recognize the preferred characteristics for individuals entering health professions.
- State the methods of training future health professionals.
- List the characteristics of a healthy medical work place.
A. Stuart Hanson, MD; Retired physician and co-chair admissions committee at the University of Minnesota Medical School. Member of the Transforming Behavior and Culture at Work: Minnesota Healthcare Collaborative. Cynthia Lee Dols MN, RN, CNE, PHN; Faculty and admission team member Associate Degree Nursing Program at St. Catherine University. Member of the Transforming Behavior and Culture at Work: Minnesota Healthcare Collaborative.