While The Good Doctors are NOT medical professionals, we are people professionals.
There are many resources out there for how to physically respond to COVID-19 (see below),
but we wanted to offer some of our thoughts on the emotional side of things.
(UPDATED FEBRUARY 2020)
The Good Doctors COVID-19 Webinars
Over the course of March 2020 we held 4 webinars on COVID related issues. We conducted research and asked critical questions relating to business changes, social changes, emotional changes, and remote management. We hope these webinars can be a useful resource for leaders and managers moving forward.
Long-Term Effects and Trauma from COVID-19
When we first built this page in March 2020, we had no idea how long the pandemic would last. Having passed the 1-year anniversary with no end in sight, we've started collecting resources on the long-term effects of the pandemic, and coping with the ongoing trauma of lockdowns and forced isolation.
Here are some of the resources we've found recently:
Coming Soon in 2021: The Good Doctors workshop on Boundary Setting and Self-Care During COVID-19!
Below you'll find a list of essential resources and our tips and advice for
both employers and employees during these challenging times.
Here's our ongoing list of helpful sources:
1) Remote working can feeling overwhelming if you've never done it before (we like this article on helpful tips for starting remote work). If you're in manufacturing or a service profession, it may not be possible. However, if it is, it's one of the best ways we can slow the spread of the virus. Here are our recommendations for remote working relationships.
2) Check your sick leave policy IMMEDIATELY.
3) Be intentional when you bring folks back to on-site work.
For All Humans:
We intend for this page to serve as a collection of resources to help any small business or non profit (or human) through this very difficult time. We will continue to update the page for resources as necessary. We wish you all the best, please don't hesitate to get in touch below if we can be of any further help.