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Learn about innovations and success stories from peer institutions that have made mental health services more accessible for their healthcare workforce.

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Our robust visual toolkit offers proven strategies for health system leadership working to address the mental health and well-being of the frontline workforce.  Access video interviews with leadership, downloadable summaries, a toolkit of innovative best practices, and other resources from national organizations.

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  • Raise awareness about how important it is to seek care early for any mental health concerns
  • Reduce stigma so healthcare providers feel safe and supported when they seek help
  • Implement evidence-based, innovative approaches that help improve access to mental health care
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of health care workers report feeling stress1

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said the pandemic has negatively impacted their mental health1
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reported they did not feel like they had adequate emotional support1

In 2021, 3 in 10 frontline healthcare workers either received mental health services, or thought services were needed but did not seek out care.2

Sources:

  1. Mental Health America [2020]. The mental health of healthcare workers in COVID-19. https://mhanational.org/mental-health-healthcare-workers-covid-19
  2. Vizheh M, Qorbani M, Arzaghi SM, Muhidin S, Javanmard Z, Esmaeili M [2020]. The mental health of healthcare workers in the COVID-19 pandemic: A systematic review. J Diabetes and Metab Disord, 19(2):1967-1978, https://dx.doi.org/10.1007%2Fs40200-020-00643-9