Special Event! CEs for a Cause: Time for Healing: Discussions on Morals, Values, and Our Ethical Obligation to Ourselves

Date/Time

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Date: Thursday, 9/8/2022
Time: 5:45 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. ET
Location: LIVE STREAM
Cost: Early Bird Registration: $39.99
After August 25th registration is $49.99
Credits: 3 ETHICS credits!
Presenters

Presented by:
Jason Lesandrini MA, FACHE, HEC-C, LPEC, PhD(c)

Details Price Qty
Early Bird Ticket $39.99 (USD)  
Regular Ticket $49.99 (USD)   Goes On Sale
August 26, 2022

CEU Creations Signature Series presents:
Time for Healing: Discussions on Morals, Values, and Our Ethical Obligation to Ourselves

Thursday, September 8, 2022
5:45 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. ET: Log In / Virtual Networking
6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. ET: Presentation–See event flyer for detailed agenda

COST:
Early Bird Registration: $39.99
After August 25th registration is $49.99
100% of net proceeds will be donated!

Continuing Education Credits
Social Workers (ASWB ACE – 3 Ethics Credits; New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work – 3 Contact Hours)
Case Managers (CCMC – 3 Ethics Hours)
Nurses (CA Board of Registered Nursing – 3 Contact Hours)
Counselors (3 Ethics Credits or 3 Contact Hours*) (NBCC ACEP; NY State Education Department’s State Board for Mental Health Practitioners – 3 Contact Hours)

– Some states do not require/accept ethics hours for counselors, for those cases contact hours will be awarded.

Attendance or applied credit certificate available for other credentials.
Please make sure to check with your own state board to ensure transferability of CE credit.

Overview
Karen McCleskey, a long-time CEU provider, was diagnosed with a Grade 4 (highest grade) malignant brain tumor in January 2022. Her life expectancy at this point is in the 12-month range, but this is just the statistics; it could be more or less. CEU Creations is collaborating with her friend
Jane Dausner, LCSW, here in Atlanta. As Karen experiences more cognitive decline, she is needing more assistance, both financially and with her care. Her only income is her social security; her rent just went up, her truck needed tires, and her dog had to go to the vet. Her oncologist recently told her that she shouldn’t be driving anymore, and, of course, this was devastating. She will need to utilize driving services.

Please consider attending this event in support of Dr. McCleskey.

As we continue through the COVID-19 Pandemic waging a war on the healthcare system, those suffering some of the largest physical and emotional impacts are our frontline workers and those that interface with clients/patients on a regular basis. As helping professionals, it is critical that we educate ourselves on the unique challenges these frontline workers face, and ways that we can lessen the distress and build resilience. Jason Lesandrini, Assistant Vice President of Ethics, Advance Care Planning and Spiritual Health at a major Atlanta Health System, will start the session by looking at Moral Distress and “Ethics Narrative Therapy” – using writing as a practical solution to a challenging ethical problem. Mr. Lesandrini will guide us through a discussion of how we can use narratives to work through some of the ethical dilemmas we face – you will feel refreshed with a new perspective on ethics

By Attending Our Workshop, You Will Be Able To:

  • Describe two examples of moral distress in the healthcare setting
  • Identify the effects of moral distress on providers and client/patient outcomes
  • Demonstrate strategies for managing moral distress
  • Describe the tragedies and stressors during the pandemic
Sponsors

Featured 2022 Sponsors:


Additional information for each sponsor can be found in the 2022 CEU Creations Georgia Hospital Supporter Directory that will be provided to each registrant.

Details Price Qty
Early Bird Ticket $39.99 (USD)  
Regular Ticket $49.99 (USD)   Goes On Sale
August 26, 2022