Webinar: Caregiver Well-Being: Small Strategies, Big Impact

There’s no question that today’s healthcare professionals are facing unprecedented challenges. Among them, nurses are some of the hardest hit. In this webinar, wellness educator Betsey Banker will provide a data-driven look at what’s impacting caregiver well-being and retention, and registered nurse Maya Ram will share insights on how to approach the challenges ahead. Leadership teams and facility managers will find equally relevant takeaways, as will anyone charged with improving the employee experience of caregivers.

Attendees will learn:

  • Projected shortages and shortcomings in nursing
  • How the pandemic is impacting mental health
  • Simple strategies to support caregiver well-being

Featured Speakers

Betsey Bankers
Wellness Educator
Ergotron

Betsey Banker is a wellness educator with a vast knowledge of health and well-being, especially physical activity, nutrition and ergonomics. She’s an expert on sedentary behavior research and employee health promotion, and has worked with clients in Healthcare, Education and Office sectors to successfully introduce healthy habits and create cultures where people can thrive.

Maya Ram, RN
Clinical Specialist
Ergotron

Maya Ram is Ergotron’s Clinical Specialist. Maya virtually guides caregivers, healthcare leadership and staff through Ergotron’s clinical showroom. As a registered nurse, she provides real-world insights to show how Ergotron solutions can improve workflows. Maya’s professional background includes more than a decade of healthcare experience. She worked as an RN in acute care settings, including the ED, med surg, cardiac telemetry and the PACU. Maya also worked as a software specialist for a leading EHR company and served as a staff trainer for nurse call system implementation.

Date: Tuesday, November 9, 2021
Time: 11am ET/8am PT

Duration:  1 Hour

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