People who work in emergency medicine are unique – brave, compassionate, capable of enduring long stretches in a stressful environment while producing a high degree of quality patient care – but this does not mean they are immune to the effects of this trauma. Build your mental strength and emotional resilience.

Self Care is Never Selfish

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Self-care is essential both to your own wellbeing and your ability to help your patients.

Secondary Traumatic Stress Disorder

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This is a common side effect of emergency medical work, but can be managed. Click above to learn more about this syndrome.

What is Pre-Traumatic Stress Condition?

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This is a common side effect of emergency medical work, but can be managed. 

Five Stages of Stress

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Understand the five key stages of stress and learn to manage it better at each step.

6 Ways to Stay Strong in Your Vocation

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Staying strong in a time of stress is a key life skill. This is the time to nurture it.

Burnout Explained

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Exhausted? Drained? If you can no longer see the light at the end of the tunnel, you need to start taking care of your needs.

Warning Signs of Stress

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Life on the front line of a national disaster is tough – and not just for you.

Self Care Checklist

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Have you touched base with yourself today? Use this checklist to monitor your mental health.

Compassion Fatigue: Are you at Risk?

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Caregiver or compassion fatigue is the sense of extreme emotional and physical exhaustion experienced by healthcare workers in times of crisis.

How to Practise Mindful Breathing

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A step-by-step guide.