Rester bien pendant la COVID-19

Vous trouverez ci-dessous une liste évolutive de ressources pour vous aider à prendre soin de vous durant la pandémie de COVID-19. Les ressources sont présentées dans leur langue originale.

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Webinaires et entrevues

  • COVID-19 from the Front Lines: An Interview with Dr. Joe Nemeth: Pertaining to the lived experience of working on the front lines and caring for patients with COVID-19, Dr. Joe Nemeth, Emergency Medecine and Trauma Leader at the Montreal General Hospital and Montreal Children's Hospital, shares some of the stresses he encounters, how he copes with and navigates those challenges, and his advice on how to maintain well-being in times of crisis.
     
  • Managing Stress and Staying Well During COVID-19 as a Postgraduate Medical Trainee: This webinar, facilitated by PGME Wellness Consultants Dr. Martha Chamodraka and Camila Velez, discusses the nature and manifestations of stress related to COVID-19 and the resulting changes in postgraduate medical trainees’ personal and professional lives; looks at sources of stress within and outside of trainees’ control and how to approach each using evidence-based strategies; and imparts diverse self-care practices known to alleviate stress and sustain resilience during times marked by uncertainty and fear. The session includes psychoeducation, self-reflection, and experiential exercises.
     
  • How to Cultivate Balance in the Face of COVID 19: The ISoN, SPOT, SCSD - WELL Office’s Response to Identified Learner Needs: The WELL Office conducted a needs assessment survey to gather an understanding of learner pressing needs during this time. In this webinar, the Wellness Consultants for the ISoN, SPOT, and SCSD discuss some practical and evidence-based strategies to resolve or better cope with some of the most commonly reported learner issues in the survey. More specifically, you will learn techniques to: Manage COVID-related stress and anxiety to restore equilibrium; cope with isolation and relationship conflict;create an intentional and productive daily routine; and facilitate successful online learning.
     

  • Maintaining Resilience: Working Through Turbulant Times: Virtual presentation by Dr. Patricia Dobkin, a Clinical Psychologist and Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine at McGill for MUHC Grand Rounds.


Articles


Sites web

Accès aux services

Soutien en santé mentale

  • Bureau SOURCES : rendez-vous de counseling virtuel avec les consultantes en bien-être

  • Programme d’aide aux médecins du Québec (PAMQ) : Service de counseling confidentiel offert par des médecins et destiné aux médecins, étudiants en médecine et résidents. 1 800 387-4166 / 514 397-0888 / info [at] pamq.org

  • Keep.meSAFE : A mental health counselling service, offered to students in partnership with SSMU and PGSS, that provides 24/7/365 access to licensed counsellors through telephone and mobile chat in over 60 languages. To access this service, download the MySSP app for Apple iOS or Android.

  • Argyle Institute : “Rescue Line Project”: You can benefit from up to 3 FREE telepsychology sessions with a licensed clinician for COVID-19 related reasons. Find out more about these projects and other Argyle services by calling 514-931-5629 ext.1 or emailing at info [at] argyleinstitute.org.

  • COACHING Coeur Ouvert : Groupe de coaches de vie certifiés offrant le coaching de vie pro bono (ou pour un paiement symbolique de 5 $ par session) à toute personne impliquée dans la réponse à la crise sanitaire actuelle. Demandes traitées dans la plus stricte confidentialité. Services offerts en anglais, français, arabe et espagnol. Icône PDF HERE. Les demandes doivent être envoyées à Kate Bligh à katebligh [at] gmail.com.

  • Comment puis-je savoir si je devrais aller chercher de l’aide professionnelle pour diminuer mon stress ou mon anxiété liés à la COVID-19?  Surveillez les signaux d’alarme suivants :
    • Anxiété persistante, inquiétude, insomnie ou irritabilité.
    • Éviter inutilement les contacts sociaux au point de s’isoler.
    • Vérifier constamment votre corps (p. ex., prendre votre température plusieurs fois par jour) ou chercher constamment à être rassuré sur votre santé par votre médecin, vos amis, votre famille ou Internet.
    • Prendre des précautions d’hygiène excessives ou inutiles, comme porter un masque à la maison ou se laver les mains à plusieurs reprises lorsque ce n’est pas nécessaire.
    • Abuser d’alcool ou de drogue, ou manger trop, comme moyen de faire face au stress.
    • Des commentaires de vos amis ou de votre famille, qui remarquent que vous semblez anormalement inquiet ou stressé.

(Fiche d'information de la Société canadienne de psychologie – 13 mars 2020 https://cpa.ca/fr/covid-19/)


Santé physique

  • McGill Student Wellness Hub : If you have a medical question, you can make a telephone appointment with a member of the nursing team by calling 514-398-6017 (Monday-Friday, 10am­–12:30pm and 2pm–4pm).
     
  • Maple : For virtual health appointments, prescription renewals, and psychiatric appointments, visit: https://www.getmaple.ca/


Soutien offert aux professionnels de la santé

  • Free Meals : Thanks to a generous donation by Jeff and Julie Petry, medical professionals can order from Mandy’s Gourmet Salads (Westmount location) or Notre-Boeuf-de-Grace (NDG location) and receive a free meal by showing their hospital IDs.
     
  • Need a helper? : A group of McGill medical students started the COVID-19 student support initiative. It pairs up students in the health domain with a local frontline health care worker in need of help with errands, grocery shopping, pet sitting and childcare. If you are interested in getting help, use this online form.
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