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Virtual Support - (Free)
ECHO Coping with COVID - online weekly forum for health care providers to discuss and share around wellness and resilience, past presentation are available
The CMA Wellness Connection is offering to all physicians free national peer support groups, compassion rounds, psychological first aid, and responding to covid support groups facilitated by trained MDs, psychologist or psychotherapist. For more information and to register :
For Healthcare providers and residents to share and learn about ways to build resilience and overall wellness through didactic lectures and case-based discussions. Weekly Wed 12:30-1:30 pm or Fri 2:00-3:00pm. For more info and to register:
OMA Physician Health Program daily MD “drop-in”: A virtual chat every weekday between 12-1. The sessions will be led by Dr. Kasra Khorasani, a psychiatrist at Mount Sinai Health Systems and St. Joseph’s Health Centre in Toronto, who is an expert in group therapy.
Peer support sessions led by Dr Mamta Gautam: Daily Zoom call with Dr. Gautam, an Ottawa psychiatrist who specializes in physician health, 4 pm EST. No commitment, drop in as often as you want for as long as you want. This is peer support, not psychiatric care. Email for further information email@example.com
RDoC Free 1 hour resiliency training for residents.
The webinar covers the same tools that are usually presented in our Resident Module (Mental Health Continuum, The Big Four+ and H.E.L.P. acronym for peer support). This session will help residents to: identify early signs of distress and relevant early interventions, apply evidence-based skills to reduce stress and optimize performance, and recognize how and when to seek support.
Free Yoga for Healthcare Professionals until July 1st.
Jule COVID-19 Learning Series
Mindfulness workshops (LIVE): 60-minute interactive, online workshops introduce the core components of Mindfulness Practice, an internationally recognized program to help physicians incorporate mindfulness into their clinical work.
ECHO Coping with COVID is designed for Healthcare Providers and Health Professions Students responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. Participants are invited to join ECHO sessions virtually through multi-point videoconference technology to share and learn about ways to build resilience and overall wellness through didactic lectures and case-based discussions.
When: Weekly on Friday Afternoons, 2:00-3:00 p.m. EST
Dr. Brent Wolfram, a family physician with military experience, now the postgraduate program director for family medicine at Queen's University provides advice to help cope with the current COVID-19 crisis situation Crisis reflections from the front line.