Working Towards Wellness Winter Chapter Event
Feb 27, 2021 09:00AM to Feb 27, 2021 12:00PM
Join OAMRS Chapter chairs from across Ontario as we provide this one of a kind virtual learning event.
This event will focus on MRT/DMS and Patient wellness. We will endeavour to increase the knowledge of members regarding information on mental wellness during the pandemic and patient care regarding patients with Autism.
Speakers from local chapters will engage through our virtual forum and provide wonderful insight into these topics.
FREE for members.
Earn 3.0 CE hours.
MSW, RSW, MBA
Pursuing Wellness During a Pandemic
We’ve been in the pandemic tunnel for almost a year, and we know that medical professionals on the front lines are experiencing higher rates of stress and burnout. For all of us, the experience has brought unprecedented challenges. The session will explore what we have learned about staying well during this global crisis and what lessons we can carry with us as we put the COVID-19 era in the rear-view mirror.
Patient Care: Working with Patients with Autism and the Neurodiverse
We will identify the needs of the neurodiverse patient. How to effectively communicate with the neurodiverse patient. Share strategies to make the patient care experience a good experience for the patient, the caregiver, and technologist. Identify challenges that we might face as technologists.
M.Ed and certified Mediator
Identifying and Managing Chronic Crisis
You can’t manage well without a foundation of highly-engaged awareness. Topics include: Ways to open up awareness. What is chronic crisis? Ways to manage.
Quentin Hill has led in the arenas of multi-stakeholder analysis & engagement, peacebuilding, sustainable development and governance with Canada’s largest think tank and as consulting technical advisor for over twenty years. She has served as advisor to senior government, corporate and community leadership on program planning and evaluation, policy development, strategic planning/implementation; as well as interventions addressing development issues, social issues, issues of political economy and crisis in Canada, the U.S. and Kenya.