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Building Resilience Among Physical and Behavioral Healthcare Providers During a Global Health Pandemic

Description
Toolkit discusses burnout among physical and behavioral healthcare providers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Provides strategies to build resilience to burnout. Defines a number of root causes to provider burnout, such as compassion fatigue, ambiguous loss, and secondary traumatic stress, among others. Discusses how rural providers, especially sole community providers, can face specific challenges during a pandemic that can lead to burnout.
Author(s)
Shawnda Schroeder, Per Ostmo, Robin Landwehr, Andrew McLean, Thomasine Heitkamp
Date
04/2021
Type
Document
Organization
Mountain Plains Mental Health Technology Transfer Center
Tagged as
Behavioral health · Emergency department and urgent care services · Health occupations · Infectious diseases · Mental health · Occupational health and safety · Primary care · Stress and stress disorders

Organizations (1)

  • Mountain Plains Mental Health Technology Transfer Center, view details