Pandemic Survival Guide for Physicians - Dike Drummond, MD - TheHappyMD.com
This interactive online video training will give you the tools to survive the crisis, hold your center, refocus your practice, and recognize the “New Normal” when it appears from the fog. His work is based on 10 years of physician coaching with over 40,000 doctors.
Basic Psychosocial Skills for COVID-19 Responders (Added 6/25) This 24 page booklet covers principles, tips, and examples in supportive communications, offering practical support, supporting people experiencing stress, helping in specific situations, and taking care of yourself. It is written for a variety of professionals and lay-people. It is written with multi-cultural contexts in mind.
The Ada County Mobile Crisis Unit has a new COVID-19 Hotline Phone Number. Mental health assistance is one of the options a person can select when they call the main number. That number is 888-330-3010.
Let's Chat about Telemedicine
In this ACMS Webinar, Boise VAMC Dr. Sarai Ambert-Pompei telehealth preceptor shares tips and advice for making telemedicine visits work for both clinician and patient.
Practicing local psychiatrist offering training stress management and resilience. Provides Pandemic-related mental health workshops for clinicians, residents, administrators and students dealing with negative ramifications of the Coronavirus Outbreak.