Caring for the Profession


8 Dimensions of Health

8 Dimensions of Wellness, (UMD) University of Maryland’s Your Guide to Living Well. [Last accessed June 27, 2017]. Available from: https://umwellness.wordpress.com/8-dimensions-of-wellness/


  1. Physical
  2. Intellectual
  3. Emotional
  4. Social
  5. Spiritual
  6. Vocational
  7. Financial
  8. Environmental

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RESOURCES to Support Health

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SUPPORT

 

 "Nurses Together: Connecting through Conversations" provides you the opportunity to take an hour for yourself, allowing you to share thoughts, seek support and virtually connect with your nursing peers.


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The Happy app has been adapted especially for nurses as you manage the stress, anxiety, fear, and isolation that comes with working on the frontlines.

Enjoy 24/7, one-on-one access to our Support Giver team members from the comfort and privacy of your home. You talk and they listen—with open ears and zero judgment.


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HAVEN Take 5 Self Care Program

Finding Inner Peace Amidst COVID: Take 5 

HAVEN is dedicated to the health and wellness of all healthcare professionals. Our mission and vision is to promote and support the health and wellbeing of our Connecticut health professionals. Never in our lifetimes has the wellness of our community been under such siege.  We see stress and uncertainty in every area. Never have we felt so helpless.

Guided Imagery and Meditation audios are ways to reduce anxiety, promote better sleep, and alleviate stress.

We all need to take some quiet time for ourselves. These meditations and affirmations were selected with healthcare professionals in mind. They are all under five minutes. They can be listened to with complete anonymity and to whatever extent works for you. Using these research-based skills has shown to lower stress, promote better sleep, and enable positive energy and calm which are desperately needed during these turbulent times. 

These are a gift from HAVEN to you, our healthcare community. They will be available for unlimited use for one year from May­­ 11, 2020.

TAKE 5 & LISTEN


CT Nurses' Association Webinars to Care for the Profession

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Keep your Immune System in Tip Top Shape

  • Eat your fruits and vegetables
  • Get fresh air and exercise
  • Get enough sleep
  • Drink plenty of fluids


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Just for FUN

From the American Nurses' Association - Mental Health Resources for Nurses Coping with the COVID-19 Pandemic

Coping mentally and emotionally with the COVID-19 pandemic is difficult for everyone, but even more so for nurses.  Please know that you are not alone-you are providing care to a grateful nation, and the American Nurses Association honors your service.

Below, you will find two categories of resources to assist nurses and other healthcare providers with mental health resources.  The first category is for dealing with stress, fear, and anxiety associated with the COVID-19 Pandemic.  You may also want to check with your employer, university, state or specialty nurse association, or your state board of nursing about their resources including any employee assistance program (EAP) or peer assistance/counseling programs. The second category contains national lifelines and healthlines. 

If your stress, anxiety, or fear causes you to think about suicide or be in crisis, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK.

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National Life- and Helplines