All JHM employees:
Our work is hard. There is help available to you. Watch a 5-minute video to learn how chaplains at Johns Hopkins Medicine can support you and your team in times of stress.
Has an experience at work left you feeling overwhelmed? You are not alone. View a video to learn how the Resilience in Stressful Events (RISE) team offers confidential, peer-to-peer support to individuals and teams.
You are not alone. If you or your loved ones need help, there is free and confidential support available through the Johns Hopkins Employee Assistance Program. Watch this video to learn more about the services available to you and your household members.
Free Meditation and Sleep App: Calm
All Johns Hopkins Medicine employees have free access to the Calm app with guided meditation, bedtime stories, soothing music and relaxation tools. New users will need to create an account at calm.com/jhu and follow these steps:
- Use an @jhu.edu or @jhmi.edu email to create the account
- Click on the confirmation email that is sent to your inbox
- Download the Calm app from Apple App store or Google Play, or go to calm.com
Dr. Carolyn Fowler, Sr. Director for Nursing Well-Being hosts 10 Minute Well-Being Tips for Managers, a program designed to build well-being leadership skills so we can better support our teams.
Learning from and Letting Go of the Past
A healthy team grows from learning from and letting go of the past. This 10-minute video shows managers how to help their teams reframe their thoughts and recover from negative experiences and embrace change.
View this 10-minute video to learn the positive impact a future-focused growth mindset can have on individuals, managers and teams.
Gratitude is the quality of being thankful, a readiness to show appreciation and return kindness. View this 10-minute video to learn the value of practicing and modeling gratitude and its connection to your team’s overall well-being.
There is help available to support your mental health and well-being. The Office of Well-Being developed resource postcards, which include contact information for the free, confidential support services at each Johns Hopkins hospital location. Managers can request copies of these easy to read cards to post in breakrooms and common areas by contacting email@example.com.