This one and one-half hour PFA course provides introductory information on how and when to offer psychological first aid to people impacted by a traumatic event. It teaches ways to enhance provider care before, during and after a traumatic event.
What you will learn: How to be confident in times of crisis, knowing that you are educated and prepared to meet the urgent needs of those who look to you for assistance and guidance.
This course offers positive coping skills that will help you to build resilience and navigate the grief process involved in loss and death. The course offers insight into the difference between grief and mourning and teaches why mourning is essential to healing. The material is designed to help the healthcare provider and their clients deal with the death and grieving process, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
What you will learn: How to personally deal with grief and loss, and how to offer techniques that promote coping, resilience, and healing in your clients during their periods of grief and mourning.
This course dissects stigma and discrimination generally, and in healthcare provision specifically, during the COVID-19 pandemic. The one-hour training offers insight into the roots of the bias that lead to stigma and discrimination in the healthcare workplace and teaches strategies to ensure the provision of equitable healthcare to all.
What you will learn: How to be sensitive to stigma and discrimination in yourself and in the healthcare sector, and how to confidently engage with your clients despite any differences between you.
This course offers guidance on how health care workers can identify, understand, and strategize effective support for vulnerable populations. It presents insight into their unique social, physical, and mental health concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic.
What you will learn: How to confidently identify vulnerable populations, know their specific vulnerabilities to the COVID-19 pandemic and address and meet their particular healthcare concerns.