Time for caring: At home — and on the frontlines
In this time of coronavirus crisis, how do we best care for others and ourselves? And how do nurses in particular manage amid this pandemic?
Thought Huddle host Mary-Charlotte Domandi talks to Teri Pipe, Arizona State University’s chief well-being officer, and founding director of ASU’s Center for Mindfulness, Compassion, and Resilience, about the psychological and emotional challenges of navigating this global health crisis — whether alone in your apartment or on the frontlines of the medical system.
Pipe and her colleagues are producing a YouTube series, Monday through Friday, on topics related to resilience and mindfulness. You can find it here.
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