Emotional Exhaustion in First Responders
According to data gathered by Mental Health America, Screening from June to September 2020, emotional exhaustion was among the most common answers for how healthcare workers have been feeling. In addition, trouble with sleep, loss of appetite, and work-related dread were also common responses.
During the survey, 39% of healthcare workers said they were not given enough emotional support. Among that group, nurses were even less likely to feel supported. At Responders 1st Call™ we want to change that. We believe our first responders deserve more in terms of support and preventive solutions for emotional health.
Let's start saving the lifesavers!