Hospital Staffing/HR During COVID-19

Access resources related to hospital staffing and human resources during COVID-19 pandemic.

Resources

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Viral Respiratory Precautions
September 17, 2020

Seattle Children's shared its precautions for RSV and parainfluenza, which apply to COVID-19 as well.

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Peer Support Resources
September 17, 2020

Children's Minnesota shares an example of peer support materials for staff.

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Staff Self Monitoring Guidelines
September 17, 2020

A symptom tracker and outline for monitoring staff health.

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Staff Mental Health Resources
September 17, 2020

A list of third-party mental health resources for children's hospital teams.

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Staff Health and Wellbeing Flyer
September 17, 2020

A checklist and wellness resource guide for children's hospital employees during the pandemic.

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Resource Accounting Record
September 10, 2020

A helpful tool for Hospital Incident Management Teams to track resource requests, distribution, return and condition of equipment.

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Staffing Recommendations for Psychiatry
September 10, 2020

Surge planning recommendations for psychiatry departments and clinics from Seattle Children's.

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Physician Toolkit
September 10, 2020

A resource for what to do when someone suspected of being positive for COVID-19 is in the ED or inpatient unit.

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Personnel Time Sheet
September 10, 2020

Download this standard time sheet for employees, contractors, and consultants.

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Finance Memo for COVID19 Cost Tracking
September 4, 2020

A standard memo for tracking costs associated with support, analysis and recovery during the pandemic.

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Exposure And Work Restriction Guide
September 4, 2020

Children's Alabama developed a matrix for assessing risk and exposure to COVID-19 while at work.

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Clinical Leader Toolkit
September 4, 2020

A set of resources for clinical leaders managing teams during COVID-19.