Osmosis and #FirstRespondersFirst

Osmosis is partnering with #FirstRespondersFirst to offer free mental health resources for frontline healthcare workers. Together, we want to help raise the line and support them through the COVID-19 pandemic.

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What is First Responders First?

#FirstRespondersFirst is an initiative of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Thrive Global, and the CAA Foundation. #FirstRespondersFirst helps provide essential protective equipment, accommodations, childcare, food, mental health support, and other resources to healthcare workers serving on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic. Powered by Thrive Global's behavior change platform, #FirstRespondersFirst provides access to Harvard Chan School’s evidence-based content, specifically tailored to this critical workforce, to help improve the physical and mental well-being of healthcare workers.

Osmosis and #FirstRespondersFirst, and Johnson & Johnson Foundation Launch Free Course for Nurses to Improve Mental Resilience and Well-Being

It’s permanently free and gives nurses the tools they need to increase their resilience so they can continue giving their best on the frontlines.

Nurses want to give the best care possible to their patients. But, stress, depression, and burnout can make that very hard to do. If nurses don’t get the mental well-being support they need, our healthcare systems might be at risk.

That’s why Osmosis, in partnership with #FirstRespondersFirst and the Johnson & Johnson Foundation, has created the Nursing Resilience course. It’s permanently free and gives nurses the tools they need to increase their resilience so they can continue giving their best on the frontlines. It only takes 3 hours to complete and will earn you 3.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.

Make some space for your mental well-being and enroll in Nursing Resilience today

Additional Video Resources

  • COVID-19 | Tips for maximizing psychological health during stressful times
  • Supporting educators' mental health during high-stress periods
  • Managing your students’ mental health during public health emergencies
  • Mental wellbeing during social distancing