VDH: CBERS - Self-Care for Responder During
The Virginia Department of Health Office of Emergency Preparedness and Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services hosted Community Based Emergency Response Seminar (CBERS) ~ Self-Care for Responder During COVID-19.
The material is available on-demand at TRAIN.org/viriginia at VDH: CBERS- Self-Care for Provider During COVID-19 Course ID 1095037
Target Audience: Any disaster or emergency responder
- Emergency Management
- Disaster Shelter Workers
- EOC Staff
- EMS/Fire/Law Enforcement
- Emergency Dispatch
- Emergency Department Staff
- Local Health Districts and OCME Staff
- Anyone who responds to emergencies or disasters as part of their job.
Participants will learn about:
- The various types of stress caused by providing care to others during COVID
- How COVID stress affects first responders
- The difference between burnout and compassion fatigue
- Self-care and develop coping strategies
For more information: http://www.vdh.virginia.gov/emergency-preparedness/cbers-2020/ or contact Adreania Tolliver at firstname.lastname@example.org
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