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Dr. Eleanor Feldman Barbera

10% to 20% of elders in comparison communities knowledge bullying.

Houston, TX (PRWEB) Mar 23, 2015

EmLogis, a heading provider of worker scheduling program for prolonged tenure caring facilities, will horde a live webinar on Wednesday Mar 25, 2015 during 1 PM Central entitled “4 Steps To Preventing Senior Bullying.” The webinar, targeted during prolonged tenure caring administrators, will be hosted by EmLogis and will underline guest orator Dr. Eleanor Feldman Barbera (also famous as “Dr. El.”), an author and clergyman focused on Long Term Care.

According to a American Psychological Association, “Bullying is a form of assertive function in that someone intentionally and regularly causes another chairman damage or discomfort. Bullying can take a form of earthy contact, difference or some-more pointed actions. The bullied particular typically has difficulty fortifying him or herself and does zero to “cause a bullying.” According to comparison bullying consultant Dr. Robin Bonifas during Arizona State University, 10% to 20% of elders in comparison communities knowledge bullying. Join Dr. El as she discusses a significance of addressing comparison bullying and provides unsentimental recommendation on how to emanate an atmosphere that discourages bullying within prolonged tenure caring communities.

Webinar Details:

Title: “4 Steps to Preventing Senior Bullying in Long Term Care”

Date: Mar 25, 2015, 1 PM Central

To register: http://www.emlogis.com/events/4-steps-preventing-senior-bullying/

What attendees will learn:

  •     The impact of bullying
  •     The forms of behaviors deliberate bullying
  •     Who is some-more expected to brag and to be bullied
  •     Interventions to revoke bullying during a particular and organizational levels

Who should attend this webcast:

  •     Administrators and partner administrators
  •     DONs, ADONs, dialect heads, nursing supervisors, assign nurses, amicable workers, and approach caring staff
  •     Staff training coordinators
  •     Human apparatus dialect staff

About a speaker, Dr. Eleanor Barbera or “Dr. El”

Dr. Eleanor Feldman Barbera, PhD, author of The Savvy Resident’s Guide, is an achieved orator and consultant with over 17 years of knowledge as a clergyman in long-term care. She writes about mental health issues in long-term caring on her award-winning website, MyBetterNursingHome.com, and in her McKnight’s Long-Term Care News column, “The World According to Dr. El.”

About EmLogis: Smart Employee Scheduling for Long Term Care Facilities

EmLogis provides intelligent worker scheduling and workforce government program that is designed privately for environments with formidable worker scheduling needs and despotic correspondence mandate – such as prolonged tenure caring worker scheduling, strident caring worker scheduling, and medical worker scheduling. Affordable, easy-to-use, and wholly web-based, EmLogis helps prolonged tenure caring comforts save time and income on worker staffing while also improving report communication and changes to employees. EmLogis helps organizations revoke staffing costs, control overtime, safeguard compliance, and boost worker satisfaction. Contact EmLogis during +1-888-302-9830 or revisit http://www.emlogis.com for some-more information.

EmLogis and SmartRules Scheduler™ and EmLogis White Glove™ Installation Services are trademarks of EmLogis Inc in a United States and other jurisdictions. All other association and product names might be trademarks of their particular companies.

Press Contact:

Janette Gawlikowski, Director, Corporate Communications

Phone: +1-713-581-8117

Email: jg(at)emlogis(dot)com

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