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IDSA Resources: Well-Being
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Mental Health Stress and Burnout in Health Care Workers (Podcast)
Date Added: 2/16/2022
The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed the mental and emotional state of frontline clinicians to its limits. In this episode, hosted in partnership with the American College of Emergency Physicians, emergency medicine physician Anthony Cirillo, MD and Corey Feist of the Dr. Lorna Breen Heroes Foundation discuss what’s driving stress and burnout, immediate interventions that can be taken and how changes to health care policy and programs can protect the clinical workforce over the long-term.
COVID-19: Mental Health on the Front Lines (Dec. 5, 2020) Podcast
Date Added: 12/21/2020
In this new episode with the Society of Hospital Medicine, Dr. Tom Fekete of Temple University, Dr. Eric Wei of Elmhurst Hospital and Dr. Mark Rudolph of Sound Physicians discuss the toll COVID-19 has taken on the mental health of frontline healthcare professionals and why mental health resources and support services are more important than ever.