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Net Health’s 30 Day Health Calendar
30 Days to a Happier and Healthier You
Week 1: Take Care of YourselfHealthcare Employees Register For A Chance To Win An Apple Watch Day 1: Do deep breathing exercise
Deep breathing may help you feel more relaxed. Try it before a meeting or after a long day.
1) Inhale through your nose.
2) Hold your breath for a count of 5.
3) Exhale through your nose.Day 2: Get some vitamin D
At noon, is the best time to get your vitamin D. Go out to get some sun today. Day 3: Cross an overdue item off your to-do list
Now is the time to make that doctor’s appointment that is long overdue. Day 4: Make a list of your stressors
Take a moment to identify the stressors that keep you up at night and write them down. 45% of people report lying awake at night due to stress. Working on solutions to help eliminate them can help you with your anxiety.
Week 2: Support A HEALTHCARE WorkerHealthcare Employees Register For A Chance To Win An Apple Watch Day 5: Donate to Healthcare frontline workers
Consider donating money and basic supplies, and expressing gratitude to health professionals in your community. Donate to the WHO’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund (World Health Organization).
Net Health® Employee Health and Occupational Medicine can help support our Healthcare and OccMed workers by tracking multiple health hazard exposures across the workforce easily and quickly with less time and effort.
For clinicians who manage employee health for hospitals and other healthcare settings, life has been overwhelming over the past year. Net Health supports healthcare workers.Day 7: Help a healthcare worker
Healthcare workers put their health and safety on the line to care for you and your family everyday. Do something for them today to make life easier and or safer for them. Webinar:
Register: Navigating Immunization Vaccinations for Healthcare Workers.
Date: Today – April 7th, 2021
Time: 2:30pm EST
Hear how the Occupational Health and Wellness Department at CVPH significantly reduced manual labor associated with scanning and uploading employee vaccination forms and provided the necessary technology to keep its employees safe and productive during the pandemic. Day 8: Signup for the COVID-19 vaccine
The VaccineFinder website can help you find information about providers who offer COVID-19 vaccines.
Given the unpredictable national deployment of the COVID-19 vaccine thus far, flexibility and accurate tracking is important. Net Health® Employee Health includes a web-based mobile immunization tracking platform, designed to enable mass immunizations for healthcare organizations with thousands of employees.
The easiest way to help healthcare workers is by taking care of each other. Help your vulnerable neighbors. Reach out to the people you know, neighbors, friends, co-workers, and relatives who can benefit from a friendly text or video call.
In this unprecedented time, Net Health Employee Health for COVID-19 can help provide everything needed to support employees and ensure patients are better protected.Day 10: Cook a healthy meal
Cook a healthy meal to take care of yourself or a healthcare worker. People who frequently cook meals at home eat healthier and consume fewer calories than those who cook less, according to new Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health research. Day 11: Support A Hospital
Contact your local hospital or care facility, which should have a dedicated COVID-19 incident command center and guidelines on how to donate or volunteer at that hospital.
Net Health helps hospital and executives with a the platform, Business Insights For Employee Health, to provide at-a-glance visual insights needed on compliance, patient flow, illness and injury rates, and cost.
Week 3: Join A Walking ChallengeHealthcare Employees Register For A Chance To Win An Apple Watch Day 12: Join a walk challenge or do a 30 min walk
Join our 7-day walking challenge with family, friends and neighbors or with a walking club. Walking with others can keep you motivated and help you meet new people with similar goals. Search the Meetup.com website for a Walking Club based on location and similar interests.
Net Health is the proud sponsor of AAOHN 2021 National Conference Step Challenge. Join us if you are attending the conference.Day 13: Ask a coworker or healthcare worker to walk with you at lunch
The Journal of Occupational Health Psychology found that taking a 15-minute walk during a lunch break provides employees with better focus and less fatigue during later in the day.
Frontline workers in EH departments and OccMed facilities have to document each vaccination on paper and then having to manually update each person’s file can seriously bog them down. Net Health’s COVID-19 Solutions helps to automate, save time, frees clinicians to make use of other outreach channels or take time for that 15-minute walk.Day 14: Do a hill or stair walk
Try using the stairs. Adding in changes in incline, like hills, will help increase the intensity. Day 15: Do a 60 min walk
You can do it! Try a longer walk today. Day 16: Walk in a new location
Have a particular place you walk every day? Simply changing the direction or location will provide much-needed variation to keep your body challenged. Day 17: Go for a walk at sunrise
Catch these sunrise views. Share your photos. Day 18: Walk in Intervals
Alternate between 5 minute of fast walking, 5 minute of slow and 5 minutes comfortable walking.
Week 4: emotional and mental well-beingHealthcare Employees Register For A Chance To Win An Apple Watch Day 19: Try meditating for 10 minutes
Try using an app like Headspace. Meditation can help you sleep better. We all can use more sleep. Day 20: Digitally unplug
Take a break from your tablet or phone. Challenge yourself not to use your phone or any digital distractions for an entire day or maybe half a day. It can be very beneficial help you connect with the people around you today, or sleep better tonight. Day 21: Ask a friend or colleague for help
Ask for assistance if you need some. It isn’t easy, but it is necessary if you want to be as effective and productive. Day 22: Take a mental break
If you want to support someone, you need to take care of yourself first. Take a mental health screen to check in on yourself. Day 23: Do a 30-minute yoga
Decrease your stress. If you can’t get to the gym, try an online yoga class. Day 24: Just dance
Go ahead… sing too. Day 25: Plan a virtual night in with friends
Try a virtual game or virtual movie with friends. Create a watch party link to share with your friends via Netflix or Amazon Prime.
Week 5: Finish StrongHealthcare Employees Register For A Chance To Win An Apple Watch Day 26: Talk or write down a feel-good moment that happened today
What are you grateful for today? Day 27: Schedule something to look forward to after COVID
Post something on the fridge to look forward to after COVID Day 28: Go to bed 30 minutes earlier
Getting enough sleep isn’t only about total hours of sleep. It’s also important to get good quality sleep on a regular schedule so you feel rested when you wake up. Day 29: Set a mini goal
Eating on time? Going to sleep earlier? Day 30: Adopt a new habit
What have you stuck to the last 30 days? What was your favorite activity?
The good news is that every new skill we’ve acquired during the pandemic will help us stay focused and organized when life gets back to normal.
Net Health has also adapted to provide a true solution that brings efficiencies together in one system that can link to employee health records and cater to the unique needs of employee health and occupational medicine professionals.Schedule a Demo