Chris Recinos, PhD, RN, FNP-BC, NEA-BC
Nurse Executive | Entrepreneur | Podcast Host | Mental Health Advocate
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Jonathan Bartels. In 2009- 2010, as an Emergency trauma nurse, Jonathan Bartels RN initiated a practice called “The Pause.”
This practice has been instrumental in promoting a paradigm shift surrounding death and self-care across healthcare both nationally and internationally. He has received accolades from the American Academy of Critical Care Nurses (2018 Pioneering Spirit Award) and the Schwartz Center for compassionate healthcare in 2017. Come hear how Jonathan took his idea for the Pause from one institution to a global practice!
More about Jonathan: Prior to pursuing a degree in nursing, he received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (1990) from Canisius College in Buffalo NY. Following that degree, he joined the Comparative Religion Graduate program at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo MI (1993-1996). The focus of his academic pursuits includes Eastern/Western Philosophy & Mysticism. He is currently the Palliative Care Liaison nurse at The University of Virginia Health System. He is also currently the Health System Liaison for the Compassionate Care Initiative (CCI) from the University Of Virginia School Of Nursing. Since 2010 Jonathan has been a facilitator for Resiliency/ Compassion retreats offered by the Compassionate Care Initiative which has been offered to roughly 3000 medical/nursing students and healthcare providers. Jonathan is a podium presenter, artist, nurse, retreat facilitator. His interest and goal are to support compassion/resilience both for his fellow healthcare providers and also to the patients he serves.
Kim Whalen, Nursing Practice Specialist of Massachusetts General Hospital, led the charge to transition a Pediatric Intensive Care Unit into an Adult Covid-19 Intensive Care Unit. The challenge to this unit as they were only used to care for pediatric patients, not adults.
Cara Lunsford RN Co-founder of Holliblu