Guided Resources at Duke
These focused support resources involve contact with a well-being expert and come in a variety of forms from various departments.
Caring for Each Other (CEO) Team
Available at Duke University Hospital
Provide real-time response for teams and individuals who have been exposed to a distressing event in the course of their work. The CEO team can be activated through their pager 919-206-9785, through the SRS system, and through the Mortality Safety Review.
Available at all 3 Duke hospitals
Multi-faith support for all team members, including advice on ethical issues and emotional support.
Conversations with Colleagues
Available to all Duke University faculty, students, and staff
Group sessions led by licensed Duke social workers. Peers can come together in virtual spaces to emotionally support each other on topics ranging from fatigue and work/life balance to racial justice.
Sign up for Conversations with Colleagues.
Train the Host sessions are available for teams that want to host ongoing or tailored conversations COVID Fatigue, Child Care Issues or Racial Justice.
Sign up for Train the Host.
Available to all Duke University faculty, students, staff, and alumni
An evidence-based program developed right here at Duke, Koru Mindfulness teaches mindfulness and meditation as a way to reduce stress and anxiety. Virtual sessions available.
Personal Assistance Service (PAS) and its equivalents
Available to all of Duke Health; choose the appropriate entity number below
Confidential and free short-term counseling with licensed professionals. Virtual and in-person available.
- Duke University Hospital: 919-416-1727
- Duke Raleigh Hospital: Chaplain Services 919-812-7972 or Employee Assistance Program 1-800-327-2251
- Duke Regional Hospital: Call operator and ask for Chaplain on-call 919-470-4000 (1115) OR call Employee Occupational Health 919-470-5350 OR call PAS 919-416-1727
- Private Diagnostic Clinic well-being line 919-681-1631 or PAS 919-416-1727
Duke Primary Care: well-being line 919-681-1631 or PAS. If Wake County: Employee Assistance Program 1-800-327-2251
- Duke HomeCare & Hospice: well-being line 919-681-1631 or PAS 919-416-1727
Available to Duke students, residents, and fellows in a health profession
Duke Psychiatry residents and advanced psychology interns have created a confidential Zoom room for emotionally supporting their colleagues. The purpose of the Validation Station is to provide a safe space for GME trainees to discuss experiences and receive support, validation, and empathy during these times of stress and uncertainty. Service available by request or through weekly standing sessions; email McLean Pollock for more information.
Download Flyer (Duke login required)