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Joel M. Brown II

MSM-HCA, RRT, FAARC

Joel M. Brown II is the CEO and founder of Arrived Leadership (AL), LLC. His career has a proven track record of developing high-potential leaders and creating high-performing teams and functions. He is recognized internationally for his clinical and leadership lectures, research, and publications. After 30 years of healthcare and military experience, he was inspired to create an executive coaching, development, and consulting organization focused on a servant-leadership philosophy. Before starting AL, he served as the vice president of operations for the Medical Group for the ChristianaCare health system. Before that, he served as the senior director of patient care at Nemours, covering respiratory care, sleep medicine, pulmonary functions, and the pulmonary medicine clinic. He served in and was honorably discharged from the U.S. Army Reserve as a medic. He received a baccalaureate degree in biology and respiratory care from Millersville University, a master's in management from Wilmington University, and his Lean Six Sigma certification from the University of Delaware.

Currently, Joel is also the president of the executive board for Delaware Guidance Services; vice-chair of the board for Leadership Delaware, Inc.; chair of the Leadership and Management Section of the American Association for Respiratory Care; and member of the Delaware State Society of Respiratory Care (DSRC). He also sponsors a scholarship fund that he and his wife developed for underrepresented young adults attending college. Joel is a Fellow of the American Association of Respiratory Care (AARC) and was previously awarded the DSRC's Senator Blevins Award. He is the former chair of the Delaware Department of Professional Regulation's Respiratory Care Practice Council and a former advisory board member for several state and community colleges' respiratory care programs.

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Ethics in Respiratory Therapy Care

Presented by Joel M. Brown II, MSM-HCA, RRT, FAARC

Ethics in Respiratory Therapy Care

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Video Runtime: 54 Minutes, Learning Assessments: 13 Minutes

In some instances, respiratory therapists find themselves in toxic clinical or work environment situations that could make them want to "tap out" or "throw in the towel." Abandonment, tapping out, and throwing in the towel are not the same. Can a respiratory therapist throw in the towel or tap out on a patient? This lecture will unpack this question from an ethics point of view. It will define abandonment laws in several states and discuss how to step away from a toxic situation or environment. It will also review real-life scenarios familiar to all healthcare providers and provide the tools and information needed to handle a toxic situation while at the same time ensuring that the patient remains safe.

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Strategies for Empowering Diversity in the Workplace

Presented by Joel M. Brown II, MSM-HCA, RRT, FAARC

Strategies for Empowering Diversity in the Workplace

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Video Runtime: 51 Minutes, Learning Assessments: 18 Minutes

Diversity in the workplace is not just a hot topic; it can be an asset to maximize innovation and advancement in the workplace. Many health systems recognize the value of a diverse workforce as we attempt to close the gap of healthcare disparities and provide care in the communities we serve. The importance of a diverse workforce is amplified in the respiratory care profession. As frontline caregivers who attend to the needs of the highest-acuity patients, RTs must be equipped with the cultural competency required to ensure equitable care for all. This course will define diversity, review recent statistics, and address the clinical impact and business case for workplace diversity. It will also provide learners with data-access, interviewing, and community engagement tools that can be deployed to enhance the diversity in their organizations or respiratory care departments.

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Resilience in Respiratory Therapy

Presented by Joel M. Brown II, MSM-HCA, RRT, FAARC

Resilience in Respiratory Therapy

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Video Runtime: 44 Minutes, Learning Assessments: 16 Minutes

Pandemics, exposure to death and dying, and staffing concerns can make it difficult to continue providing the care our patients need. Respiratory therapists must persevere through many of these difficult moments as frontline caregivers. Burnout, compassion fatigue, and workplace stressors are inherent in our profession. The key is to recognize when your resilience is weak and know how to respond so you can continue to care for your community. Resilience is the ability to recover. The goal is to recover and come out better. This lecture is designed to provide learners with tools to identify the signs of work-related compassion fatigue, stress, and burnout. It will also identify practical skills to help you and your coworkers manage stressful situations.

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