How to Reduce Stress & Burnout, and Build Resilience & Engagement in Uncertain Times

June 9th, 2pm-3pm ET
Speaker: Natalia Peart
Approved by the ASRT for 1.0 Category A continuing education credit

Members- complimentary
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Stress, and the resulting burnout, have been called the "health epidemic of the 21st century". This impacts not only our personal well-being, but also the ability of our teams and organizations to function at high levels. In our fast-paced VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous) world, it's more important than ever that we learn how we and our organizations can grow through change and disruption, in order to cultivate sustainable success.
In this webinar we will:
-Discover the keys to decrease burnout and growing through change and disruption.
-Learn the biology of stress and burnout and the negative consequences.
-Learn the internals skills we all need to reduce burnout and increase effectiveness.
-Learn how to build a resilient, high functioning team.


SpeakerConnect: Bryan Hull | Telehealth

June 18, 2020 from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM (ET)
Bryan Hull, JD, MPH, The American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO)
Community:   SpeakerConnect

Join us for the upcoming SROA SpeakerConnect featuring Bryan Hull, JD, MPH, Assistant Director of Health Policy at The American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO), where he will answer your questions about Telehealth.

Ask your question on the designated thread on Thursday, June 18th anytime between 11:30 am - 12:30 pm ET. Can't attend the event live? Ask your question here and we will add it to the thread on your behalf.

NOTE This is not a webinar. It is a written Q&A within a discussion thread. To see what it looks like visit our past SpeakerConnect thread here.
Complimentary for SROA Members


COVID-19 - Radiation Medicine Department at the Epicenter of the Pandemic

June 23rd, 1pm-2pm ET
Speakers: Jason Meier
                  Regina Stanzione
                  Gayle Somerstein, RN, OCN
Approved by the ASRT for 1.0 Category A continuing education credit

Members- complimentary
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RO facilities will need to develop several clinical guidelines to manage patient volume, reduce patient acuity, and prepare for the eventuality of treating positive patients. While most patients cannot be delayed, those that can need to be identified, tracked, and re-engaged at an appropriate time. In addition with inpatient and emergency room resources, strained or unavailable proactive and heightened interventions on the more acute patients, like head and neck, need to be implemented to reduce or avoid potential complications. The department needs to prepared with a protocol for the treatment ofCOVID-19 positive patients.

Goal: To provide other Radiation Oncology Administrators with a comprehensive crises management plan to maintain operations during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
-The attendee will understand the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic in the New York City Metropolitan Area.
-The attendee will understand the steps taken by Radiation Oncology Administrators to ensure staff and patient safety while continuing to treat acute radiation oncology patients.
-The attendee will understand clinical guidelines developed by department leadership to help manage patient care effectively and proactively.

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