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Monthly conversation in a private, virtual space about the current and unique challenges inherent to healthcare and an opportunity to practice resiliency techniques.
97%
of attendees reported a decrease in anxiety
38%
overall average decrease in anxiety.
From a sample of 47 healthcare professionals
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THE NEED FOR RESILIENCY IN HEALTHCARE

Before COVID-19, healthcare professionals were already a group more at risk for burnout and stress than the average professional. Many will experience even higher levels of distress, depression, and anxiety by the time the COVID-19 health crisis is over.

28% Primary care nurses who experienced emotional exhaustion
Monslave-Reyes et al., 2018
55% Physicians in the US who feel burned out
Mayo Clinic, 2014
24.7% Critical care nurses with high emotional exhaustion during covid.
Chen et al., 2020

OUR RESPONSE TO COVID-19

At The Center for Resiliency our response to this ongoing crisis was clear and swift. We began conducting virtual Resiliency Rounds, now known as “COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE” to help people in healthcare cope with COVID. Our tools and practices are based on our 6-week Resiliency Training program where people learn how to access their inner resilience in times of difficulty.

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