Supporting the Health and Well-Being of JHM Faculty and Staff
We recognize that there are many reasons that COVID-19 may cause stress. We would like to highlight the existing JHM resources available to you. As the Coronavirus situation unfolds, the JHM Office of Well-being will serve as a coordinating center to communicate individual and team support. Download a printable resource flyer.
Important communications and updates related to COVID-19 can be accessed through the Johns Hopkins Medicine COVID-19 Internal Resource Portal.
Provides several types of assistance to The Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Medicine faculty and staff, including emotional support to help you manage stress at work or at home, emotional distress, or a difficult life transition; daily life assistance, such as referrals for child care or elder care; and referrals for legal and financial assistance. This free benefit is confidential and available to you and your household family members 24/7.
The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Johns Hopkins Health System Corporation, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Johns Hopkins Community Physicians, Johns Hopkins Healthcare, Johns Hopkins Home and Community-Based Services:
443-997-7000, Option ##2
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, Howard County General Hospital, Sibley Memorial Hospital and Suburban Hospital:
The Resilience in Stressful Events team provides confidential peer-to-peer support for health system employees who have experienced a stressful, patient-related incident. The RISE team is available 24/7.
The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Pager: 410-283-3953 CORUS: JHH - Patient Safety - RISE Team (c2227)
Sibley Memorial Hospital: Voalte under SMH RISE; if you do not have Voalte, email email@example.com
Suburban Hospital: 301-896-RISE (7473)
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital: 727-767-RISE (7473)
Howard County General Hospital: Pager: 410-232-5423 CORUS: HCGH-RISE TEAM HCGH (C2257)
Watch the webinar presented by Cheryl Connors, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, team director for the Resilience In Stressful Events (RISE) program at the Johns Hopkins Armstrong Institute.
Spiritual support for individuals and teams.
The Johns Hopkins Hospital Main: 410-955-5842
On Call: 410-434-0909
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital 727-767-4258
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center 410-550-7569
Howard County General Hospital 410-740-7898
Sibley Memorial Hospital 202-537-4084
Suburban Hospital 301-896-3178
The branded employee health and well-being program for JHHS employees. Resources and programs cover the spectrum of healthy lifestyle strategies, such as sleep, meditation and relaxation techniques and are available for individuals and teams. Please click here to access the Healthy at Hopkins portal or log onto my.jh.edu and enter ‘Healthy at Hopkins’ into the ‘Search Tools+ Resources’ search engine to locate the tile. Click the heart icon in the upper left corner of the tile to pin it to your ‘favorites’.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 1-833-554-4554.
SOM faculty and staff contact email@example.com
Howard County General Hospital or Health Promotion at 410-370-7958 or email HCGHfirstname.lastname@example.org.
Provides assessment and management of mental illnesses like major depressive disorder, panic disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder for faculty and staff working at JHH and Bayview. To access these services, call mySupport at 443-997-7000, option ##2, and ask to be transferred to the mySupport Onsite Clinical Team. Support groups for frontline providers and staff offered at JHH, Bayview and Howard County. Call 443-364-8213 to register. Providing stress management mindfulness meditation sessions available to all JHM staff on Zoom.
Access stress management sessions: https://jhjhm.zoom.us/j/747490420
Meeting ID: 747 490 420
Sessions are on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 12 noon and Tuesday and Thursday at 9 am
Johns Hopkins Medicine Adolescent Depression Awareness Program (ADAP) educates high school students, their parents, and their teachers about the illness of depression. We aim to increase awareness and decrease stigma about mood disorders in young people to help them get the treatment they need. In this series of one minute videos, Dr. Karen Swartz and colleagues from the JHM Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences speak to parents, caregivers and friends about how to recognize symptoms of depression in teens.
How to Deal with Coronavirus Burnout and Pandemic Fatigue Psychologist Carisa Parrish provides tips you can use to keep up these effective practices, avoid coronavirus “safety fatigue” or “burnout,” and protect yourself, your family and others from COVID-19.
Learn more about Major Depression symptoms:
We can all help prevent suicide. The The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.
The National Domestic Violence Hotline, at 800-799-7233 (SAFE), can provide information and advice. Free, confidential help 24/7.
American Medical Association
Caring for our caregivers during COVID-19 resources from the American Medical Association on delivering care and caring for ourselves and teams during COVID-19.
For Nurses: ANA Well-Being Initiative
Free tools and apps to support mental health and resilience for all Nurses from the ANA Well-Being Initiative
A new support services program designed to address the growing and long-term mental health care needs of frontline workers and first responders amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Take a free assessment and you will be connected to a mental health provider.
Mini Leadership Coaching Sessions
Confidential, 20-30 minute, one-on-one phone (or zoom) sessions, to give leaders a brief time to pause, reflect, and refuel. Sessions are with certified coaches from JHHS, at no cost. Email Learning and Organizational Development to set up a time that works for you.
Download the Calm App
All Johns Hopkins staff have free access to the Calm App with guided meditation, bedtime stories, soothing music and relaxation tools.
Religious and Cultural Toolkit
Social and physical distancing, and limited meeting capacity can make it more difficult to access spiritual and religious support services. The toolkit was developed by the Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Health Equity and the Department of Spiritual Care and Chaplaincy.
The Office of Faculty at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine stands ready to support faculty during these trying times. Access Faculty Factory snippets via website, YouTube, and your favorite podcast app.
Videos and resources for front line clinicians who are facing the unprecedented ethical challenges posed by the COVID-19 outbreak presented by the Berman Institute for Bioethics
Podcast: Mental Health Support
Dr. Albert Wu, co-director of RISE—Resilience In Stressful Events, talks to Dr. Josh Sharfstein about the importance of supporting hospital staff.
Suburban Hospital Resiliency Center
Open seven days a week,11 a.m. –10 p.m., with a relaxation lounge that’s open all night. Music relaxation therapy, open art studio, meditation sessions, individual and group counseling sessions, chair yoga, and teatime.
For JHU students, faculty and staff. Sign up for Silvercloud- a secure and anonymous on-line space to get support for stress, depression and anxiety.
Online Stress Management Tools and Resources
Check out the Healthy at Hopkins portal for a variety of programs and resources to help you manage your stress and improve your well-being through guided meditations, mindfulness practices, online yoga and cardio classes and more.
Healthy at Hopkins Mobile App
Monitor your progress, no matter where you are! Click here for instructions on how to download the app.
Work Stride: Managing Cancer at Work
Oncology Nurse Navigators provide tailored guidance and support around diagnosis/treatment, employment rights, screening and prevention, caring for a loved one with cancer, and the challenges of managing an employee in treatment. Call 844-446-6229, or email email@example.com