teamwork and connectedness

Flatlined Connectedness: Reviving Healthcare Teams in a Disconnected Culture

Insights from Nancy Spangler, PhD  In our first blog in the Connectedness Series, we discussed the benefits and drawbacks that the advancement of technology has on connectedness in the workplace especially as it impacts the healthcare arena. However, technology is impacting connectedness in many workplaces, which makes us ask, “What ...
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Conferences Point Out Need for Connectedness

Conferences Point Out Need for Connectedness

Insights from Nancy Spangler, PhD This spring was a season filled with conferences. I’ve written about the NAHCPC’s conference previously, where our panel discussed the importance of caring for caregivers. Other conferences I participated in included two with a focus on the workplace, where I presented or led a panel ...
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Red and white lifesaver on brick wall

What Is Stopping Us From Action?

Earlier this year, The Washington Post Health and Sciences section posted an article entitled “What I’ve learned from my tally of 757 doctor suicides” by Dr. Pamela Wible (Washington Post, January 13, 2018). Dr. Wible started tracking doctor suicides about five years ago, determined to find the underlying cause after ...
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2017 CENTILE Conference

Addressing Burnout and Building Resiliency—Is Anyone Doing It Well in Healthcare?

Thoughts from Lori Murphy, Senior Director, on her experience at the CENTILE conference (Washington D.C., October 23-25, 2017) The above question was posed at CENTILE, and the answer will either depress you or validate your beliefs—or perhaps both. The number of organizations lauded as solutions-oriented was strikingly small, and all ...
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