Moral Distress and Clinician Burnout: Ethical Considerations and a Path Forward

When:  Jun 10, 2022 from 12:00 PM to 01:30 PM (ET)
In this interactive session, we will discuss the ways in which moral dilemmas can lead to moral distress and place clinicians at risk of burnout. Data gathered from a study of medical family therapists and their colleagues during the COVID-19 pandemic will serve as a foundational framework for the discussion. In this study, participants identified increased moral distress due to ethical dilemmas, pervasive uncertainty, boundary ambiguity, isolation, fears about personal
safety, exposing loved ones, financial concerns, self-doubt, and frustrations with telehealth. We will process the ethical implications of moral distress and engage in a robust discussion about how to develop resiliency and reduce ethical concerns related to burnout.

Pricing Information

Registration Price
Healthcare Network Students $0.00
Healthcare Network Members $40.00
AAMFT Students $20.00
AAMFT Members $45.00
Non-Members $50.00
Special Waived

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