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Provider Resilience Toolkit

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Our response against COVID-19 is a marathon, not a sprint. The only way we will get through this is to take care of ourselves and each other. This page presents health care providers and communication teams with self-care tips and digital health tools to promote resilience among providers and share those tools across the MHS. 

Provider Resilience Tools

Provider Resilience Social Media Toolkit

Provider Resilience Image Library

Provider Resilience Toolkit One-pager

Provider Resilience Briefing

Provider Resilience Videos

Video player cover screen for Provider Resilience Anthem video.

Provider Resilience Tips and Tools

Breathe2Relax App Supporting Provider Resilience 

Military Meditation Coach Supporting Provider Resilience

Provider Resilience App

Provider Resilience with Dr. Blasko and Captain Bodart

Provider Resilience with Dr. Blasko and Senior Airman Johnson

Provider Resilience with Dr. Blasko and Captain Walter 

Provider Resilience Articles

In a COVID-19 world, pace yourself to stay resilient and avoid burnout

To provide the best care during COVID-19, remember self-compassion

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Provider Resilience Toolkit 2021

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This is an updated version for January 2021 of the Provider Resilience Toolkit infographic, with resources supporting resilience in health care providers.

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Provider Resilience Social Media Toolkit

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1/14/2021

The Provider Resilience Social Media Toolkit provides social media messaging content for promotion and sharing of the DHA Provider Resilience Toolkit.

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