The Resilience Collaborative Resources
The Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation launched The Resilience Collaborative to equip health workers to recover, adapt and grow. As part of this mission, The Resilience Collaborative has produced action-oriented resources for global health program designers and implementers. Learn more, access and download the resources below.
1. BUILDING HEALTH WORKER RESILIENCE: A TOOLKIT TO PROTECT AGAINST BURNOUT ON THE FRONT LINES
Designed to support people and organizations interested in improving health worker resilience and well-being, this Toolkit explores the problem of burnout and identifies key resilience-building behaviors and their determinants. Most importantly, the Toolkit sheds light on evidence-based strategies that can be adapted, implemented and tested in a variety of local contexts and identifies what evidence gaps remain as a call to action.
2. RESILIENCE MESSAGE PROGRAM
These evidence-based, free and adaptable messages are intended to improve health worker resilience. After appropriate localization and translation, they are designed to be delivered to a health worker’s mobile phone over the course of six months. They should always be used as part of a broader strategy to improve health worker well-being, which might include complementary actions at the level of the team, health facility and/or health system.