The AHA’s Physician Alliance today released the Well-being Playbook 2.0, a new resource that builds on its 2019 playbook to help hospital and health system leaders support their teams during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The update includes curated resources specific to COVID-19 on suicide prevention, operationalizing peer support and more, and a guide to walk leaders through well-being program development and execution.

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