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The wellbeing of healthcare workers is critical to patient safety.

While looking after the mental health and wellbeing of our healthcare workers has always been important, the pandemic has made this an immediate priority for our health sector. Never has it been more important to care for your own mental health and wellbeing and for that of your employees, colleagues, family members or loved ones.

Do you need support now?

Our top tips for June

👉 Phoenix Australia has developed a guide to moral injury to assist healthcare workers, team leaders and organisations to understand moral emotions arising from the COVID-19 pandemic and strategies to mitigate risks of harm. 

🙏 Watch as artist and psychotherapist Noula Diamantopoulos demonstrates how the Japanese art of Hirameki can promote mental wellbeing as part of the ABC series Space 22. 

⏳ Self-care in your pocket – Download the free Ausmed app to access the new evidence-based self-care tools for healthcare professionals and staff.  

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These agencies provide specialist support tailored for healthcare workers in their field of work.
We've gathered a list of resources and tools that you can use for your own wellbeing or in your service.
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The centre provides support for all who work in clinical and non-clinical roles in health services, community health and aged and primary care settings

Page last updated: 14 Jun 2022