How often have you put yourself first? We are working harder and facing burnout in ways never imagined. Self-care health and wellness are some of the most crucial aspects of our lives. Step away from taking care of others, and allow yourself to embrace the renewal of life you deserve. It is time to take care of you!
March 18, 2023 Doors Open 0700 | Program Starts 0730-1030
The Jewish Hospital @ 4777 E. Galbraith Road Cincinnati, Ohio 45236
Education Auditorium (Entrance off Kenwood Road)
- CE Opportunity
- Breakfast and Mimosas
- Raffle and Basket Giveaways
This event is designed to join the hands of health practitioners; nursing, paramedicine, and allied health practitioners. Students are welcomed and encouraged to attend.
Theme: “THIS ISN’T WHAT I SIGNED UP FOR!!”
Toni Kanter, PhD, ND, MSW-Clinical Counseling, BSHA, RN
Toni has served in healthcare for the duration of her career. Upon graduation from Vanderbilt University, she began her career as a pediatric nurse at Vanderbilt and is now the Director of Mission at The Jewish Hospital. Her areas of experience include delivery of care and leadership roles in Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Women’s Heart Health, Critical Care, Volunteer Services, Integrative Therapies, and Population Health. Her doctorates in Population Health and Naturopathy (Integrative Therapies) were completed at The University of Tennessee. Toni is a RISEN program faculty presenter for nursing development. As Director of Mission – Mercy Health, her role encompasses Mission Integration which includes Spiritual Care/Chaplaincy, Ethics, Mercy Cases, and support programs for Associates as they ‘Recalibrate” in the wake of the COVID pandemic.
Toni’s favorite activities include travel and forging strong relationships with family and friends. She and her husband enjoy every opportunity to spend time with their children while spoiling their grandchildren.
Chaplain Lynda Savelli M.A., BCC
Chaplain Savelli has served within Mercy Health for forty-three years. She has developed and presented within multiple education and experiential programs on resiliency, grief & loss, and compassion fatigue for region-wide nursing programs and nurse residency. Chaplain Savelli is a core faculty member and presenter of the RISEN program for nursing development, leads team-building retreats for multiple departments throughout the BSMH region, and served on the Board of Directors of NAMI Southwest Ohio.
As a board-certified practitioner, Chaplain Savelli completed her M.A., at Mount St. Joseph University, in Pastoral Family Studies, her B.A., at Miami University with a major in Psychology and minor in Sociology and became a Qualified MBTI instructor
We look forward to seeing you there!