Ensuring our Own Well-being as we Care for Others During the COVID-19 Crisis as Individual Physicians

As individual physicians, we can practice strategies to increase and maintain our personal resilience. Feeling stress does not mean we are not coping well or not able to do our job. In fact, it is a normal human response, and may be useful in allowing us to function during this difficult time. The important thing is to manage it effectively so that stress does not become distress. Using the 5 C’s of Resilience framework (1), there are tangible things we can do to remain well.

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