December 16, 2022
9:00am – 3:15pm
UNC at Chapel Hill School of Nursing
Location/Room Name: The Sonja Haynes Stone Center/Hitchcock Multipurpose Room
Address: 150 South Rd. Chapel Hill, NC 27599
Parking Instructions: https://library.unc.edu/stone/directions/
"Beyond Pizza, Doughnuts, and Burnout - A Collaborative Statewide Stress First Aid Training Initiative: Responding to The Needs and Experiences of Nurses and Other Health Care Workers In North Carolina” (4.0 CH)
Presented by Dr. Sean Convoy, DNP, PMHNP-BC
Hosted by NCNA Council of Psychiatric/ Mental Health Nurses
Stress First Aid (SFA) is a framework for peer support and self-care for health care professionals. The SFA framework is parallel to how a clinician or first-responder approaches physical first aid—intervening when needed to remove the stressor, prevent further harm, and promote recovery for those who have been strongly affected by significant stress. Dr. Sean Convoy, DNP, PMHNP-BC (DUSON) has received a grant to present this curriculum across the state.
This live, in-person event is intended for all nurses and healthcare workers. Both members and non-members are invited to attend.
Pre-registration is required. This program is free to attend. Nurses can obtain 4.0 CH. Your pre-registration serves as your RSVP. Deadline to register: December 14.
Attendees will gain knowledge about the stress continuum and the stress first aid model to reduce risk for stress injury and promote coping, recovery and resilience.
9:00 - Catered Breakfast/ Meet and Greet/Participant Engagement
9:30 - Welcome and Introductions
9:45 - NCNA Psychiatric Council: Statement of Recognition and Support
10:00 - Dr. Sean Convoy: Stress First Aid, SESSION 1: Awareness Brief
11:00 - Refreshment Break
11:15 - Dr. Sean Convoy: Stress First Aid, SESSION 2: Occupational Stress & Coping
12:15 - Catered Lunch
1:00 - Dr. Sean Convoy: Stress First Aid, SESSION 3: Self-Care Planning
2:00 - Refreshment Break/Participant appreciation/Raffle
2:15 - Dr. Sean Convoy: Stress First Aid, SESSION 4: Stress First Aid Model
3:15 - Wrap up: Training Review/Closing Remarks
The North Carolina Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.