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Steven Defossez, M.D., Vice President of Clinical Integration at the Massachusetts Health & Hospital Association, is one of many volunteers trained and ready to help colleagues who contact the network for support. Share the video
Suggested post: Did you know that nearly half of hospital staff said they experienced a difficult event in the past year? Research shows that talking to a peer can help. Visit BetsyLehmanCenterMA.gov/VirtualSupport to learn more.
Suggested post: The Virtual Peer Support Network connects colleagues in Massachusetts with peers who are trained to help with the difficult feelings that can accompany working on the front lines of health care. Reach out today by calling 617-701-8101 or visit BetsyLehmanCenterMA.gov/RequestSupport
Suggested post: Many people in the medical community are feeling stressed, sad, and exhausted. Talking to someone who understands can help. Visit BetsyLehmanCenterMA.gov/VirtualSupport to learn more about the free Virtual Peer Support Network
Suggested post: When you reach out to the Virtual Peer Support Network, you are matched with a colleague in a similar role outside of your organization. These trained volunteers provide encouragement, support, and resources, and all conversations are confidential. Reach out today by calling 617-701-8101 or visit BetsyLehmanCenterMA.gov/RequestSupport