Engage with programming, resources, and tools to address your own health, stress, and burnout. You can reduce the impact of stress and burnout with the use of strategies that increase a sense of well-being and purpose as well as make a connection with other health care and public health workers, which can help you feel more personal and professional satisfaction. This can empower you to advocate for what you need and positively influence others by modeling well-being practices. Many are inspired to share these tools with others, and this can also promote a supportive work environment.
Contact the Past the Pandemic team about PTP resources.
Contact the Behavioral Health & Wellness Program about Work & Well-Being Webinars.
Contact the CDPHE CO-CARES Resource Support Team.