Self-Care as an Ethical Obligation and Leading and Living to Thrive During COVID-19

Self-Care as an Ethical Obligation and Leading and Living to Thrive During COVID-19

Earlier in the month, Luminis Health proudly invited Katie Boston-Leary and Liz Stokes, members of the American Nurses Association (ANA) to speak to our employees about finding the balance to personal safety and professional obligations. During this Nursing Grand Round event, Boston-Leary and Stokes guided participants through an analysis of this dilemma and provided the tools needs to holistically apply concepts of thriving during a pandemic.

Boston-Leary has been a registered nurse for 27 years and is specialized in Perioperative Nursing, Nursing Administration, and Executive Leadership. She is a John Maxwell Trained Speaker and Coach and is also an Adjunct Faculty at the University of Maryland School of Nursing and Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing at Case Western Reserve University. She is currently a consultant with the American Nurses Association within the Nursing Practice Work Environment Division. Katie was a featured guest speaker at the Inaugural SEHA nursing conference in Abu Dhabi. She has also been invited to Capitol Hill in Washington DC with the ANA. She was recently identified as “One of Five Chief Nursing Officers Changing Healthcare” in HealthLeaders Media.

Stokes is the Director of the American Nurses Association Center for Ethics and Human Rights and demonstrates expertise in writing public policy on ethical issues including assisted death, intellectual disabilities, artificial intelligence, and women’s reproductive health. She is an international speaker on the Code of Ethics for Nurses and an Associate Editor for the Journal of Bioethical Inquiry. Liz is currently an American Association of Colleges of Nursing Jonas Scholar. Liz’s sphere of influence as a nurse-attorney-bioethicist enables a unique contribution to nursing ethics, law, and policy. Her expertise and leadership are also demonstrated through various charitable roles in the health and legal communities.

If you missed the opportunity to attend, you can view the presentation here: Leading and Living to Thrive During COVID

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