How Can Leadership Support Psychological Readiness and Recovery for Healthcare Workers?
Learn more about how leadership can better support healthcare workers during COVID-19.
Guest Speaker: Wendy Dean, MD – President, CEO and Co-Founder of The Moral Injury of Healthcare
Host: Tricia Turner, RDMS, RVT – Chair, ARDMS Council and Director of the Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program at South Hills School of Business & Technology
Podcast Description: In this next podcast, Tricia Turner and Wendy Dean continue the conversation of clinician distress by addressing what support is needed to allow healthcare professionals to focus on patient care, particularly during a health crisis. Crucial support during a surge should be on healthcare professionals’ basic needs, so organizations should make meals and groceries accessible or provide transportation and childcare arrangements. More long-term, organizations need to provide psychological support programs that will benefit staff once they have a chance to process the situation. This support is critical so that healthcare professionals are mentally ready for a second surge and more importantly, they remain committed and engaged in their healthcare profession.
For more information, visit the Moral Injury of Healthcare website. View our Solutions for Leadership and Solutions for Individuals infographics for more information about how to take care of your community, yourself and peers during COVID-19.