How To Support Healthcare Workers Before, During, and After traumatic Incidents

  • Empathy is everything.
  • Create assistance programs to support your workforce.
  • Peer support groups are a great idea as well.
  • Crisis response teams can be made inside the organizations or with the support of community resources.
  • Don’t forget crime scene clean-up resources.
  • Physical health is important but don’t dismiss mental health services.

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