Practicums, Workshops & Gatherings
All scheduled CHCM public programs are listed below. New forms and letters are added as they become available. If you do not find information for the programs or dates you are interested in, contact us.
Relationship-Based Care Leader Practicum
February 23-27, 2015 – San Diego, CA
May, 2015 – Chicago area
(Details to follow.)
For an overview of the Relationship-Based Care Leader Practicum, click here.
Re-Igniting the Spirit of Caring (RSC) New Facilitator Practicum
March 10-13, 2015 – Columbus, OH
(Save the Date! Details to follow.)
April 27-30, 2015 – Minneapolis, MN
For more information about Re-Igniting the Spirit of Caring, click here.
See Me as a Person Leader Practicum
June 2-5, 2015
Compassion Fatigue: 10 Things You Must Know to Maintain Your Health and Sanity
January 15, 2015 12-1 PM CST
In health care we are entrusted with the privilege of caring for patients. This means we are witness to suffering on a daily basis. To engage in this work, we need a sense of radical resilience to maintain a healthy sense of compassion. Our ability to connect with another’s suffering as if it is our own, is a true expression of empathy. This experience is a normal part of who we are as caregivers, and when we are able to put this into perspective by not allowing our heavy heart to become empty, we are truly living our calling. It is when we no longer have the capacity to move in and out of this heaviness and we instead allow it to consume us that we move into the beginning stages of compassion fatigue. Compounded by the increasing demands and changes in health care, we are bombarded with changing roles, expectations, and a sense we cannot possibly meet the patients’ needs and our own at the same time.
Join Traci Hanlon in this one hour webinar where she will introduce you to the 10 most important practices you and your teams can master to keep your heart full and build a sense of radical resiliency.
Mindful Leadership: Empowering Your Teams
January 30, 2015 12-1 PM CST
Mindfulness has become the new buzzword of the health care industry and for good reason. Research is now showing physiological and psychological improvements in how individuals who engage in mindfulness on a regular basis can not only improve their overall sense of well-being, but can improve their performance in everything from personal relationships to clinical decision making at work. But what is mindfulness exactly? And how is it possible to translate mindful practices that traditionally have belonged to yogi masters and monks to laymen in the health care industry?
Join Traci Hanlon as she shares new research on mindfulness in the workplace and how mindful practices, when embraced by transformational leaders, can move teams and organizations to a whole new level of capacity and possibility.
Lessons from Exemplary Nurse Managers: Secrets to Their Success
February 13, 2015 12-1 PM CST
To access recordings of archived Webinars, click here.
2013 International Relationship-Based Care Symposium
For information about the 2013 Symposium, click here.
Practicums & Other Events
Practicums, workshops, and other events will be listed for the following programs when scheduled. If you would like to schedule one of these events at your organization, contact us.
- Leading an Empowered Organization (LEO) New Facilitator Practicum
- Leading an Empowered Organization (LEO) Gatherings
- Reigniting the Spirit of Caring (RSC) Facilitator Annual Gathering
- Reigniting the Spirit of Caring (RSC) New Facilitator Practicum
- Relationship-Based Care (RBC) Leader Practicum
- See Me as a Person New Facilitator Practicum
- Cultures of Excellence
- Empowered Leadership for Relationship-Based Care
- Leadership at the Point of Care (LPC)
- Leading an Empowered Organization (LEO)
- Marie Manthey’s Day of Dialog for Nurse Managers
- Primary Nursing Practicum
- See Me as a Person
For more workshops and other programs, click here.
The registration forms found under each scheduled event contain pricing and date information. Please register online or print and complete the form and return it to Creative Health Care Management at:
Creative Health Care Management
5610 Rowland Road, Suite 100
Minneapolis, MN 55343
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If you require further assistance, please call 800.728.7766 or 952.854.9015.