Greenleaf’s CEO Will Share Workplace Trauma Expertise At CENTILE Conference On Wellbeing Of Health Professionals

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ARLINGTON, Virginia., October 21, 2019… Dr. Siddharth Ashvin Shah, Greenleaf founder and CEO, will share his expertise in solutions for workplace trauma and stress at the upcoming CENTILE Conference 2019 on October 29 the Georgetown University Medical Center. The title of his presentation is: “Other Than Burnout, What Hurts? Learner and Clinician Distress from NonWorkload Occupational Exposures in Healthcare Environments.”

The Center for Innovation and Leadership in Education (CENTILE) at Georgetown University is an interprofessional community of educators that drives innovation, excellence, and scholarship in education. The theme of their conference this year is “Strategies to Promote the Wellbeing of Health Professionals in the Learning and Work Environment.”

Learners and clinicians experience several types of exposures that can lead to distress. However, healthcare organizations put most of their focus and resources toward addressing burnout while overlooking many other workplace exposures, including direct and vicarious trauma. Unfortunately, most of these organizations lack systematic approaches for mitigating the causes and detrimental effects of these exposures. In addition, many struggle to keep pace and show leadership in the face of growing incidences, such as active shooter events, or cultural change that bring long-standing wrongs to light, such as sexual misconduct.

Using a trauma-informed approach, Dr. Shah will provide a review of these exposures and the differences between them. He’ll also facilitate small group exercises to study the potential for mishandling such environmental exposures and the resulting human costs.

Founded in 2008 and headquartered in the Washington, DC area, Greenleaf Integrative is a unique consulting firm that partners with clients to protect the wellbeing of their employees and organizations. Our talented team of experts and tailored solutions effectively address the complex drivers and detrimental impacts of workplace stress, burnout, and trauma.

By integrating our organizational and scientific expertise with our range of services, Greenleaf enables clients to cultivate a culture of shared responsibility for wellbeing, elevate sustainable resiliency and performance, and mitigate risk.

To learn more, please contact Jennifer Cochran at 571.317.1920 or email at jennifer.cochran@greenleafintegrative.com.
Please visit us at https://www.greenleafintegrative.com.

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