Well presented and can be a valuable resource when put into practice. Thanks!
Very useful information and so well presented .Thanks!
Thank you for putting this together for all of us, great info and guidance!
Thanks for explaining how to help patients have the resources and educating the team how to handle all of the fears.
Excellent words to share with patients and each other. Thanks!
Thank you very helpful - everyone should watch
This was very helpful and a refresher to what we are suppose to being doing already. Thanks
Thank you for putting this out. As all of your videos, this is an excellent resource.
Great information. Thanks for taking the time to provide these tips during this challenging time.
Thank you so much for this updated and detailed information - we are all finding it necessary to address this issue on an everyday basis with patients and their family members from our desks and want to be giving the most updated, comforting and encouraging information possible....
Thank you very much for your timely support and input to address those in our care. Great steps and simple method to follow.
In writing would be helpful as well. Thanks!
I think this was a very helpful video. It really helps to take the fear away a little bit and makes you feel like your not alone. I like it a lot.
This was very helpful. Thank You!
I found this REALLY helpful
good information, reminder to discern what is driving the patient's behavior, usually fear of the unknown.
Well presented information. Very calming. Great pearls in these uncertain times.
Excellent, concise. Will repost.
Very helpful. Will use and spread to colleagues
This is an excellent video. I'll be sharing with frontline caregivers.
I really appreciated this massage at this time!
Genuine sharing of what we do know, with how we collectively manage the unknown can't be understated during these uncertain times. Thank you for the support!
I think emphasizing what patients can do themselves to feel like they have a measure of control (as outlined in step 4) is a big part of what we will help with them when they are out of our line of communication! We can help them feel reassured when we are directly with them (even remotely) but once they're on their own, our education and reassurance should help them face their moment-to-moment fears with greater confidence.
I appreciated the suggestions and recommendations. It is important to be emotionally present for the patient when we are dealing with our own set of stressors within a changing health care approach. Best wishes to all.
I really appreciated this massege at this thime.
Very use information. Thank you.
Exceptional. Good reminders on how to connect with our patients.
So well thought out and compassionate. Thank you.
Very valuable, thoughtful and useful information that we all can appreciate at this time when there is fear of the unknown even among health care providers and our patients. Thank you so much!
This is a fantastic approach to not only patients but also nurses and other staff members. Thank for this video that reminds us of compassion and our humanity.
This is what chaplains do all the time. It's wonderful that others are learning the same pastoral techniques.
Thank you. It is excellent. Not only right now but to have something like this should be taught to all health care workers in school and on orientation to their job. Can I please share with my students.
thanks, that was very short and helpful to the one's of us that meet the patient first.
keep us in formed and we will keep them informed.
Those were some great helpful tips. Sometimes when your on the phone with patients it's hard to remember all the information we are getting in our emails on a daily basis. And this was 4 simple steps that could make even a little difference to patients lives right now.
I think this presentation says it all. WE are all in this together. We need to point out the extreme time that our President and his cabinet, that FEMA, and that lab techs and Physicians, etc., etc. spend fighting this demon called Covid 19
Always a good reminder. This is how we should be responding to patient concerns all the time. This works very well with an anxious patient of family member. Thank you!
Thank you! Great reminder and very helpful, especially amidst our own uncertainty or confusion about everything going on.
As a healthcare worker, I find this very concise, appropriate and clear to understand, thanks!
Very good to hear during this difficult times.
Thank you!! Thank you once again. Stay safe.
Well done presentation!
Thanks so much, I am going to be sharing this as I feel it is very valuable.
I hadn't thought that responding with emotion to an emotion was a good idea, but the way it was presented makes sense.
this is down to earth -truth- and its well done and simple to convey- I can do this... thanks.
Thank you so much, very good and well presented
That being said, I think the patient has to decide what’s best for them.
Presentation made sense and made me feel better, I can only imagine how it will help my patients. Thanks so much.
Thank you for these tips on conveying information and communication - so helpful!
Helpful tools, thank you!
i see that the covid 19 crisis is something that is no walk in the park and people need to listen to every thing around about the disease
These tools have been very helpful.
Very good information.
This helped me to understand the emotional vs unemotional response. I will use this to guide me not only with patients/families but also my own family.
I would like to add something that seems to be helping locally, is communicating specifics info regarding safety, protection, & preparedness at the local cancer clinic.
Matching emotion with emotion, a great reminder.
Thank you for this. I work in a respiratory clinic and this series is very useful!
Thank you for this. I was wondering if anyone has any advice on how to deal with the increasingly abusive patients. My providers and I have chalked it up to Covid related stress, but have come across more and more abusive patient behaviors towards all of our staff (including the providers). If there is another video related to this question I will be happy to watch it and share with staff.
Thanks for the video and I really feel it is helping. Patients are very anxious about covid and he news is making the matter worst and these patients do not know how to deal with anxiety and worries. Some of their worries are mostly due to lack of information and they are looking up to us for knowledge. I feel we should be able to address their worries and reassure them by updating them on update information and encourage them to remain safe. Also teaching them the 4-7-8 rule for anxiety will help. Finally we should inform patients about the serenity prayer as it can help with theirs worries. God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things that I can and the wisdom to know they difference. This will help them realize that they should not really spend their time worrying about what is happening in the government, politics or the news. All they can control is their lives, remaining safe and protecting themselves and their loved ones. Also I cannot reassure patients of the covid 19 vaccinations as I have received it and I have not had any side effects.
wonderful video, very helpful tips!
THANKS FOR THE TIPS.
I appreciate your examples