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Current as of November 6, 2018

Caring for the Caregiver: The RISE Program

http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/armstrong_institute/training_services/workshops/Caring_for_the_Caregiver/

Background

Sponsor Type:

Academic

Origin/Sponsor:

Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality; Johns Hopkins Medicine; Maryland Patient Safety Center

Reach:

National

Pre-Training

Pre-requisites:

No

Content

Evidence Based:

Yes

Evidence:

https://psnet.ahrq.gov/resources/resource/30446/

Content Areas:

Logistical Approaches; Psychological and Social Complications; Second Victims

Clinical Area:

Medicine

Program Description/Program Objectives:

This program guides hospitals to set up peer-responder programs that deliver psychological first aid and emotional support to health care professionals following difficult events. Modeled on the Resilience in Stressful Events (RISE) team at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, the program prepares employees to provide skilled, nonjudgmental and confidential support to individuals and groups.

Learning Objectives

Organizational Needs Assessment:

No

Cultural Readiness Assessment:

No

In-Service Delivery Option:

Yes

Design and Delivery

Training Delivered By:

Multidisciplinary

Program Focus:

Mode of Delivery:

Classroom Instruction

Instructional Strategy:

Instructional Model:

Target Audience:

Health Care Executives and Administrators, Health Care Providers

Setting of Care:

Implementation

Length of Program:

Credit Hours:

No

Certification:

No

Per Person Cost:

NA

Post-Training

Vendor-Provided Evaluation:

No

Available Evaluation Measures:

No

Current as of November 6, 2018

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