For Medical Staff, Doctor Nurses and Caregivers
Uplifting resilience, well-being and self-care for medical teams and caregivers.
Programs for medical conferences, for hospitals and for care-giving institutions.
Re-discover and celebrate sense of meaning, and purpose , kindness and compassion.
Enhance connectivity and camaraderie among the medical staff and caregivers.
"Thank you Avi , for conducting the Joy-Care session at our Caregivers’ Event at Khoo Teck Puat Hospital.
Caregivers are under a lot of stress and we wanted to start the Caregivers’ event by giving a release to some of their pent-up emotions. Your session exceeded our expectations. We were worried that it would be difficult for Singaporeans to open up, but somehow you managed to do this and had 100 percent participation from the audience. The session brought laughter and smiles to their faces and we could see that some were visibly relieved.
This helped to set a good tone for the rest of the day’s activities.
Thank you for helping to conduct a great session."
Director, Corporate Communications, Alexandra Health
Who Cares For the Care Givers?
The greatest nurses in the world do not have a job, taking care of others is their calling. They derive joy in escorting the process of healing and seeing the patient respond positively to their care giving.
They work long hours under life and death stress in an emotionally tough environment surrounded by pain and agony. The have three tough bosses, the doctor, the patient and their relatives.
Hospitals who help their care givers to be happier with reasonable good conditions and tools to manage stress and have great support the following positive chain reaction happens:
With less stress comes less medical error and safer patient care, more personalized genuine care. With safer and compassionate patient care comes increased patient and visitor satisfaction and faster recovery. With increased patient satisfaction comes more reimbursement. Your hospital brand value increases and with it your share holders value.
We provide comprehensive "Joy Care" program for nurses and care givers. Our workshops allow them to de-stress and learn sustainable de-stressing joyful techniques. They learn how to use humor and laughter as antidote to unpleasant challenges. Tap on the subgroups of nurses and care givers relationships to support each other.
Nurse Burnout and Patient Satisfaction
Published: February 2004:By: Vahey DC, Aiken LH, Sloane DM, Clarke SP and Vargas D In: Medical Care, 42(2), pp.II-57-II-66 Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Results: Nurses working in units they rated as "good environments" were less likely to suffer emotional exhaustion or above-average depersonalization (elements of nurse burnout); and patients in units with nurses who reported higher levels of personal accomplishment were more than twice as likely to be highly satisfied with their care. This study is unique in the literature in that it illustrates empirical evidence that nurse burnout is a significant factor influencing patient satisfaction with care, and it identifies modifiable characteristics of nurses' work environments that contribute to nurse burnout.
Conclusions: Improvements in nurses' work environments in hospitals have the potential to simultaneously reduce nurses' high levels of job burnout and risk of turnover and increase patients' satisfaction with their care.