The recent outbreak of COVID-19 has changed our lives in a variety of unprecedented and unpredictable ways.
As a nursing student, the threat of potential illness, the need for social distancing, and learning to cope in new ways while still tending to the competing demands of friends and family, nursing school and work responsibilities can take a significant toll on one’s overall health and well-being.
To support you during this time, ATI and Dr. Cynthia Clark recently went live in a two-part webinar series - Conversations on Stress, Coping and Wellness in Uncertain Times.
Each session contains new information for students. During these unique sessions, Dr. Clark discussed:
About the Presenter: Dr. Cynthia Clark is Strategic Nursing Advisor for ATI Nursing Education and an award-winning, tenured professor. She is the co-Founder of Idaho Suicide Prevention Action Network and served 4 consecutive terms as a member and policymaker for the Idaho Program for Recovering Nurses. As a behavioral health nurse and therapist, Dr. Clark specialized in adolescent mental health, violence prevention, and substance abuse treatment and recovery. She has received numerous awards for teaching, service, and research, and is especially honored to be selected by students as the 3-time recipient of the Most Inspirational Professor award. She is an ardent advocate for students and a leading expert on fostering civility, community, and healthy work environments around the globe.