2022 Speaker Profile
Pamela Katz Ressler, RN, MS, HNB-BC
Pamela Katz Ressler, RN, MS, HNB-BC is the founder of Stress Resources in Concord, Massachusetts, a firm specializing in building resiliency for individuals and organizations through tools of connection, communication, and compassion. Pam is a frequent, sought-after speaker to local, national, and international audiences on strategies of resilience. She is a faculty member at Tufts University School of Medicine in the Pain Research, Education, and Policy Program and is an appointed member of the Consumer Health Advisory Board of the Massachusetts Health Quality Partners. Additionally, Pam is honored to be the first nurse selected to serve on the Executive Leadership Board of Stanford University's Medicine X.
A graduate of the University of Michigan and Tufts University School of Medicine's Pain Research Education and Policy Program, Pam's work in resilience is grounded in both the science and the art of health and human connection. She has received additional training at both Harvard University and the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care and Society at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.
Monday | 2:20 PM - 3:00 PM
Road to Recalibration and Healing in Healthcare: A Fireside Conversation
Facilitator: Pamela Ressler, Founder. Stress Resources, Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor, Tufts University School of Medicine
Rebecca Love, RN, Chief Clinical Officer, IntelyCare
Eliza (Pippa) Shulman, DO, Chief Medical Officer, Medically Home
Charlene Platon, RN, Co-Founder, Fifth Window
As we continue to emerge from the pandemic, what are some lessons learned and how can we refocus and recalibrate ourselves and our organizations to create innovative models that support wellbeing. The panelists will include healthcare thought leaders in both medicine and nursing.
Describe changes in healthcare that the pandemic precipitated
Indicate initiatives and models in which healthcare organizations can support wellbeing among employees
Discuss innovation in times of crisis