To keep our patients and staff safe, CAMH requires everyone entering our buildings to wear a hospital-approved mask. Visitors, essential care partners and contractors must pass screening requirements before entering CAMH buildings. As of July 1, 2022, CAMH visitors and essential care partners do not need to provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19 to visit our hospital. CAMH requires staff, physicians, volunteers, learners and contractors to have received at least 2 doses of a COVID-19 vaccine.
The global COVID-19 situation has been an unprecedented challenge for me, both personally and professionally. The ECHO Coping with COVID program has proven invaluable for not only building my resiliency, but fostering a sense of communion in knowing that so many other disciplines are going through the same things that I am.
Participant, ECHO Coping with COVID
Care for Caregivers Online Webinars
From: CMHA BC, SafeCare BC
The Care for Caregivers website has regular webinars on \workplace mental health, managing grief and supporting growth, and sleep management during the pandemic. It also provides information for staff on coping strategies and stress management.
Online Interpersonal and Balint Groups for Physicians
From: OMA Physician Health Program
The OMA Physician Health Program invites you to drop in virtually support one another during the COVID-19 pandemic. The sessions will be led by Dr. Kasra Khorasani, a psychiatrist at Mount Sinai Health Systems and St. Joseph’s Health Centre.