Event Phone: 636-940-1000
November 30, 2021
8:30 am - 10:00 am
The impact of moral distress during the COVID-19 pandemic presents unique challenges and
opportunities for healthcare workers across disciplines.
This webinar will discuss the fundamental issues related to moral distress using evidence-based
literature and case examples from hospice and palliative care. We will use examples of distress
unveiled during COVID-19 to better understand the impact of moral distress and trauma among
healthcare providers. We will discuss the importance for all healthcare providers and leaders to
understand the impact of moral distress on not only their colleagues but also their patients &
A primary aim of the webinar is to provide strategies and considerations for individuals, teams,
and institutions to mitigate the harmful effects of moral distress. Including, the capacity to
identify your own moral distress; team strategies to mitigate distress; and institutional obligations
such as debriefings, to normalize and provide support for ongoing moral dilemmas.
Virtual attendees of the full program duration are eligible for 1.5 complimentary CE hours.
Venue: Virtual! (Zoom Link)
Venue Phone: 636-940-1000
This event is not being held in-person. A link to the virtual event will be sent following registration.