Mantras and Affirmations for Nurses Amid COVID-19 – Daily Nurse – Mantras can help you get through a tough time, but the ones you’ve always used before might not be enough to get you through the pandemic. If you’re looking for new mantras or affirmations, or you want to get started with them, here are 10 phrases tailored to COVID-19.
Trusted Virtual Event Recording: Take Time to Thrive with Dr. Sharon Tucker, PhD, APRN-CNS, NC-BC, EBP-C, FNAP, FAAN
Monthly Virtual Sharing Circles for Community Connection and Support – led by Dr Linda Bark and team
How To Invite Abundance with an Easy Formula – Ruth Kent – Discover a Life of Joy and Freedom
#whatmatters – A public campaign about serious illness care by Anthony Back
Gentle Medicine for Balance in Body and Peace of Mind – by Martha M. Libster, PhD, APRN, APHN-BC
BEING WITH SUFFERING: Tools for Clinical Practice in the Midst of Crises – with Roshi Joan Halifax, PhD; Cynda Hylton Rushton, PhD, RN, FAAN; and Anthony Back, MD. In this special 1-day online program on Sunday, August 2 from 9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Mountain Time, Roshi Joan, Cynda, and Anthony Back share special practices and approaches for clinicians and other health care providers working in the midst of the COVID pandemic.
Announcing Free Nursing CEUs for Every Nurse in America – Incredible Health
Cynda Rushton, PhD, RN, FAAN, is a featured guest in the American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN-Critical Care) COVID-19 Support Podcast titled “Moral Distress in a Crisis: What, Why, and How to Cope.” Transcript Available
Download Sample COVID-19 Advance Directive
AHNA SELF-CARE Resource page
Nurses Together: Join a Conversation – a virtual, judgment-free space to connect with your nursing peers via voice and video calls
Narrative Expressive Writing – Help process your experiences related to COVID-19 with this five-week guided narrative writing program. – American Nurses Foundation—in partnership with four leading nurse organizations—the Well-Being Initiative
Happy App – Enjoy 24/7, one-on-one access to our Support Giver team members from the comfort and privacy of your home. – Happy in partnership with American Nurses Foundation
Moodfit Mobile App
– supports many aspects of your overall wellness, allowing you to set personal goals related to exercise, nutrition, sleep, mindfulness, track your progress, and set-up convenient activity reminders. – Moodfit in partnership with American Nurses Foundation
Rest.WORK.Survive Sleep better, work better, survive this pandemic. An online program to help rest after your shift or gear up for your upcoming shift. Free for all healthcare employees! Learn effective tools in short multimedia programs (average length 6 mins). Available at your convenience. TLC The Lyman Center for Caregivers.
Austin chapter of AHNA Upcoming Events
Strengthening Your Immune System | UT Health Austin
Upcoming Events – Texas Nurses Association
Open Healing Circle (virtual) – Join our virtual Open Healing Circle. During all phases of life, we seek healing from challenges, illness, grief or loss in a personal way. Receiving and offering support in a safe & no-judgment zone helps us move forward to see the possibilities for our own healing.
Make a Quick Stress Shift -54321– Sharon Burch MSN, APRN, PHCNS-BC, APHN-BC, HWNC-BC
Action for Happiness is a website that supports a movement of people committed to building a happier and more caring society. We want to see a fundamentally different way of life – where people care less about what they can get just for themselves and more about the happiness of others. The Calendar for April offers a wonderful day-to-day calendar about activities that will boost your immune system.
New Jersey State Nurses Association (NJSNA) weekly COVID-19 message.
Nurse.org – The Ultimate List of Resources, Discounts & Offers For Healthcare Workers During COVID-19
ANNOUNCING EMORY’S CBCT® PROGRAM FOR ONLINE COMPASSION PRACTICE AND FELLOWSHIP Now offered twice daily. WHEN: Two times per day, 9 am and 7 pm Eastern Standard Time. WHAT: 45 minutes of guided meditation and discussion led by an Emory-certified CBCT® instructor, free and open to everyone. WHERE: For details, see CBCT’s COVID-19 Response . Or click here to join the videoconference directly
EFT tapping is a resource for healthcare providers. Healthcare providers and first responders can use all the tapping meditations regarding Covid 19 stress and anxiety for 6 months free. The process is easy to do.
Ariadne Labs COVID-19 Response Toolkit.
The Conversation Project is dedicated to helping people talk about their wishes for end-of-life care.
New York Times: What You Should Know Before You Need a Ventilator
In cooperation with Eleos Health, Project Parachute provides pro-bono therapy for front line health care professionals.
Cultivating resiliency, stillness, and calm during uncertain times. FREE LIVE Web Conferences
THE HEARTMATH EXPERIENCE – Connect with the Heart of Who You Truly Are
Health Journeys Offering Free Online Meditations for Stress Relief, Wellness, Support and Resilience
The Breema Center Offering Free Weekly Self-Breema Classes
Cultivating Resiliency, Stillness and Calm – INCA Webinar by Monique Class
WeeklyConnection 4:28:2020 – Lighting the planet and humanity with love. We are doing a great job. Chakralife©2020
Mental Health & COVID-19: Latest on What Can I Do? Info Hub
How to Survive the Pandemic with An Unbroken Spirit – Actions to Take Right Now to Stay Strong and Focused – ANA
FREE digital mental health resources for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic – New York City
Balancing the wheels of life – Wound Care Advisor
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact our country, more and more families find themselves in quarantine and isolation. For children, this situation can be scary at worst and boring at best. With that in mind, we wanted to share with you some fun and creative things to do that don’t take much effort besides gathering your family and maybe a few supplies! – RealManage HMO
🔴 LIVE Meditation | Raise Positive Vibrations | Healing Music – May 2020
May 24th: Aromatherapy for Self-care in times of Stress Time: 4:30 pm-5:00pm Eastern Time – Description: Using Aromatherapy to relieve stress, and promote well-being on and off the job. Instructor: Susan B. Kristiniak DHA, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, AHN-BC, IAC is a certified aromatherapist and thought leader in palliative care. She also serves as Adjunct Faculty for The BirchTree Center for Healthcare Transformation. Register in advance for this meeting: After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
COVID-19 Resource: Replenish at work: Micro-restorative practices to promote well-being
Strengthening Your Immune System – How to maintain a healthy immune system
A Micro-Restorative Movement Practice – An invitation to restore.
MindTravel Replenish – Intro.mp4.