Keynote: Paul Radde

"Re-igniting from Professional Burnout: Assess, Prevent and Reverse the Syndrome"

Saturday, February 9, 201 - 8:45-10:00 am
 
UAN: 0107-9999-18-280-L04-P | 0107-9999-18-280-L04-T
0.125 CEU/1.25 hr
 
Pharmacists and health care professionals are at risk and susceptible to the five stages of the burnout syndrome. This occupational hazard, the human cost of practicing pharmacy in diverse settings exerts tremendous pressure in one's professional's life and can impact patient care, team work, retention, staff morale, depression; and family and social life. Identify and anticipate the sectors of your work and personal life that make you susceptible. Determine your current level of burnout. Develop a step by step plan to reassert control and reverse the effects of burnout. Re-ignite your spirit and professionalism. Walk out of this session with your personal and professional protocol to fortify your life and livelihood with practices that establish balance in your life. Establish your own protocol for burning bright on the job and in life.
 
Learning Objectives
Upon successful completion of this knowledge-based CPE activity, participants should be able to:
 
1. Identify the five stages of the professional burnout syndrome, and assess a colleague’s or their own stage.
2. Develop a reversal strategy with specific tips, tools and techniques for each stage of the burnout syndrome.
3. Describe core issues in the prevention of the recurrence or onset of early or advanced stages of the burnout syndrome from a professional, personal and organizational standpoint.

About Paul Radde, PhD
Dr. Paul O. Radde, PhD, is a psychologist, executive consultant, author and professional speaker. He has spoken to well over 10,000 pharmacists in his 4-decade connection with the American Society of Health System Pharmacists - most recently with the Washington Pharmaceutical Association, and the University of Texas School of Pharmacy. 

For 25 years Dr. Radde consulted in the Washington, D.C., area with organizations including 8 years with FDA managers to shorten the drug approval process, the American Red Cross Quality Assurance Division in re-certifying the blood supply, NIH, and with the Executive Director of the American Pharmaceutical Association. 

Paul authored four books, including Supervising, the first line supervisory book used by 3M Corporate wide, and Thrival!, a book on igniting your life , his main passion. 

Paul is the founder of The Thrival Institute in Austin, Texas. Paul plays racquetball, skis, bikes, hikes and swims.
 

Paul Radde
Paul Radde, PhD

Founder and CEO
The Thrival Institute
Austin, TX