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Building Resilience in the Midst of a Pandemic: What Health Care Workers and Leaders Can Do During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Resource Topic: Clinical Issues, Emerging Issues, Promising/Best Practices, Quality Improvement, Special and Vulnerable Populations, Workforce

Resource Subtopic: Behavioral Health, COVID-19, Recruitment and Retention.

Keywords: Health Care Facilities, Infectious Diseases, Occupational Health and Safety, Residents of Public Housing, Rural Health Services, Safety Net Providers, School Health Services.

Year Developed: 2020

Resource Type: Archived Webinar

Primary Audience: C-Suite (CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, COOs, CMOs, etc) Clinicians Enabling Staff Outreach Staff PCAs

Language: English

Developed by: National Center for Health in Public Housing (See other resources developed by this organization).

Resource Summary: A lot of energy has been devoted to the critical need for PPE, the lack of respirators, tests, and the pressure on health centers to help “flatten the curve.” This crisis has left little time to address the impact of workplace and personal stressors on providers and other staff as they try to balance the fear of contracting the virus while carrying a heavy, complex workload. This webinar provided tips and recommendations for leadership, health center staff working at clinical sites on how to create a healthy environment and cope with anxiety, depression and other behavioral disorders caused by COVID-19.

Resource Details: Recording, slides and handouts available.

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