Here, you will find all resources needed for your own well-being and resiliency. Now that COVID-19 has emerged and made life more hectic in many ways, the need for self-care has never been more important.
In your line of work, the need for self-care of the upmost importance… next to the well-being of those you provide services for, of course!
These links provide:
- Videos regarding discussions with dealing with your own well-being and mental health
- Articles on how other organizations have managed their worker’s well-being/resiliency, discussions on coping with COVID-19’s effects on mental health of health workers, and safe practices regarding well-being and resiliency
- Other links to journals, PowerPoints, and hotlines that may be helpful in boosting your mental health and well-being
A yoga channel designed to make meditation easy by Health and Wellness Coach, Seena
A webinar produced by The National Center of Disaster Medicine and Public Health to highlight issues regarding human performance and mental health concerns during the COVID-19 crisis
A discussion produced by John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health about resilience for health care workers. Dr. Albert Wu, co-director of RISE – Resilience in Stressful Events - speaks on what can be done to mitigate anxiety and stress during COVID-19
Articles for Well-Being and Resiliency
A piece on how Johnson & Johnson combats the stressors that have risen due to COVID-19 and what resources they provide
A breakdown from the CDC regarding signs of burnout and stress and ways to overcome these stressors
Quick tips on self-care, staying connected, as well as other resources for your every need regarding well-being
Helpful tips for dealing with stress regarding lack of control, patient welfare, external regulations, performance issues, and time management
A review on studies performed concerning health and social care workers and the stressors that arise as a result of their occupation and COVID-19
A home study on how to better combat burnout by American Pharmacists Association. Part one of a three-part activity
A home study on how to handle and control emotional intelligence in the work-place by American Pharmacists Association. Part two of a three-part activity
A home study on coming to terms with resilience within yourself and using that to help combat stressors in the future by American Pharmacists Association. Part three of a three-part activity
A list of helpful resources linked by Center for the Study of Traumatic Stress
Various links to helpful resources regarding sleep, movement, healthy eating, counseling and support, mindfulness, entertainment, and positive attitudes
A hub for better understanding what burnout is and how it effects well-being, especially during COVID-19
A journal by American Medical Association breaking down how to create a resilient organization
Links to various hotlines and other helpful resources regarding depression and suicide prevention
If you are having Suicidal Thoughts – Call the National Suicide Prevention 24-hour hotline at 800-273-8255.