Computer-Assisted Resilience Training to Prepare Healthcare Workers for Pandemic Influenza A Randomized Trial of the Optimal Dose of Training
Maunder, R., Lancee, W., Mae, R., et al. (2010). Computer-Assisted Resilience Training to Prepare Healthcare Workers for Pandemic Influenza: A Randomized Trial of the Optimal Dose of Training. BMC Health Services Research. 10:72.
The authors studied the feasibility and effectiveness of an interactive, computer-assisted training course designed to build resilience to the stresses of working during a pandemic. They measured confidence in support and training; pandemic-related self-efficacy; coping style; and interpersonal problems, before and after training, and found that the course was associated with improvement in each variable, with the “medium” duration course providing the greatest benefit. The course is free and may be accessed at https://www.msh-healthyminds.com/sv/.
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