Getting to the Positive in Uncertain Times Webinar

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The Getting to the Positive in Uncertain Times webinar took place Friday, June 12, 2020.  Thank you to the members who participated and presenter Jane Rogan who provided an excellent educational webinar.  Resource materials are available now.  


These are challenging times — to say the least — and recognize how stressful the COVID-19 pandemic is for everyone, including California’s hospital volunteers and volunteer leaders.  The California Association of Hospitals and Health Systems is committed to helping our members by providing support resources when they need it most.

Please join us Friday, June 12, for a complimentary webinar, Getting to the Positive in Uncertain Times. Jane Rogan, a behavioral health professional, will share ideas and resources for hospital volunteers and volunteer leaders to help you stay mentally balanced and safe during these difficult times.

Key topics of discussion include: 

  • Ground Zero: Taking your emotional temperature
  • Stress: The Good, Bad, and Ugly
  • Assessing and managing your stress 
  • Resilience: What’s the buzz about?
  • Is positive thinking realistic? 
  • Helping others get there



Jane Rogan is a Communications Consultant working with several organizations, nationally and locally, primarily in Northern California. Since 2017, Jane has served Aurora Behavioral Health Hospital in Santa Rosa, a Signature Healthcare organization. Jane chairs the West County Behavioral Health Task Force for Sonoma County Health Action and is a member of the sub-committee for Connections, Capacity and Change.

Jane’s professional and academic background led her from hi-tech, start-up businesses, to the leadership team of a small district hospital start-up, to Behavioral Healthcare Business Development and Communications. One of the hats she wore at the district hospital included managing a hospital Auxiliary group.

Jane graduated from The University of California at Santa Barbara in Philosophy and has taken graduate courses in Communications and Clinical Psychology. She did a graduate internship at Marin General Hospital in Psychiatric Transitional Services.

Jane resides in Northern California with her family.

Certificate of Attendance

Participation in the web forum allows for one contact hour credit. To receive a certificate, registrant must complete post-event questionnaire (link to follow web forum).