Official Title
The Professional Peer Resilience Initiative: Leveraging a Data-Driven Model to Maximize the Resilience of Healthcare Workers During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Brief Summary

The Professional Peer Resilience Initiative (PPRI) study is an observational study aimed at understanding how symptoms of traumatic stress and resilience evolve over time in the University of Minnesota (UMN) healthcare workforce during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. The study is being conducted concurrently with a UMN peer support program called the MinnRAP program and will remotely administer quality of life and mental health surveys to healthcare workers before they start the MinnRAP program and throughout their participation in the program.

Enrolling by invitation
Stress
Stress Disorder
Stress, Psychological
Trauma, Psychological
Anxiety
Anxiety State
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Secondary Traumatic Stress
Professional Quality of Life
Stress Related Disorder
Stress Reaction
Stress Risk
Mental Resilience
Emotional Resilience

Behavioral: MinnRAP Peer Support Program
The behavioral intervention consists of 1) pairing healthcare workers into "Battle Buddies" who maintain daily dialogue to detect stress and anxiety and 2) assigning a mental health consultant to each department to facilitate Battle Buddies and provide both small group sessions and individual psychological triage/referrals.
Healthcare Workers Already Starting Peer Support Program
Healthcare Workers Starting Peer Support Program Later

Eligibility Criteria

Inclusion Criteria:

- Healthcare workers (HCWs) and mental health consultants (MHCs) in UMN medical school departments

Exclusion Criteria:

- None

Eligibility Gender
All
Eligibility Age
Minimum: 18 Years
Countries
United States
Locations

University of Minnesota
Minneapolis, Minnesota, 55455

Cristina S Albott, MD
Principal Investigator
University of Minnesota

University of Minnesota
NCT Number
Keywords
resilience
Covid-19
Coronavirus disease 2019
Coronavirus
Healthcare Workers
Frontline
Traumatic Stress
MeSH Terms
Disease
Compassion Fatigue
Fractures, Stress
Anxiety Disorders
Stress Disorders, Traumatic
Stress Disorders, Post-Traumatic
Stress, Psychological
Psychological Trauma