covid-19的资源

亲爱的PT的学生,  

These past few weeks have seen some unprecedented changes and certainly stress from many angles. We are now frequently told to 保持安全和保持良好, but what exactly does that look like? Besides practicing social distancing and proper hand hygiene – what should we be doing to stay well? To help you manage this difficult transition period we’ve adapted a resource developed by the Rehabilitation Science Graduate Students’ Union.  

Strategies for PT Students to Stay Well During the COVID-19 Outbreak

  1. Seek practical, credible information at specific times of the day 

Review the credible resources below to educate yourself on the key information, try to keep perspective and limit your time watching the news/scrolling Twitter if you find it’s too upsetting. 

  1. 制定一个健身计划 

During such challenging times, it’s important to reflect and develop an individualized plan for wellness – this can help you better cope and adapt. The Instagram post on uoftpt_students this week had some great ideas.  Commit to setting aside time, review the resources below, identify the points that resonate with you, set goals and share your plan with loved ones to keep you on track.  

  1. 连接与其他学生PT 

Do you have a question regarding virtual classes? Are you interested in exchanging wellness plans? Have you come across a useful resource/funny tweet that’s worth sharing? Continue to reach out to your online community.

  1. 保持你的日常工作,尽可能

Keeping to your daily routine may be difficult in light of these uncertain times and especially when working from home. As much as possible, keep to a schedule, structure your day as if you’re still going to school. Try to dedicate a specific space for work, make a plan for what you need to work on for the day and make sure to schedule in your wellness time. 

  1. Exercise regularly and practice habits that you enjoy and find relaxing

Find time to fit in an exercise routine, a mindfulness session or a hobby you enjoy during the day. Being engaged in something you enjoy will help reduce stress. For example, try going outside for some fresh air – you might be surprised how much this small thing can help. If you need inspiration, there are also plenty of tutorials online that you can follow.

  1. 不会介意的是非生产性有时 

This is not a usual circumstance. A lot is changing very quickly. That can be scary and stressful – so it’s ok feel scared and stressed. Give yourself permission to take time to adjust. We’ll get through it together.  

保持良好 - 我们一起做的。   

精神卫生资源 

WHO’s Mental Health and Psychosocial Considerations during COVID-19 Outbreak: 

//www.who.int/docs/default-source/coronaviruse/mental-health-considerations.pdf?sfvrsn=6d3578af_8  

WHO’s Q&A on Mental Health during COVID-19:

 //twitter.com/WHO/status/1237372330696798208?s=20 

Insulating for isolation: A mental Health checklist for getting through quarantine:

 //www.hrandequity.utoronto.ca/wp-content/uploads/sites/15/2020/03/QuarantineChecklist.pdf  

Coping with stress during infectious disease outbreaks:

//store.samhsa.gov/system/files/sma14-4885.pdf 

Resource hub including links to online exercise classes, virtual museum tours and more:

//docs.google.com/document/d/1_uD7IAe8SqTGsbZOeTXW5lCRCnLzv0MZJ8Rx8SFurkc/edit

ü牛逼正念会议:

//studentlife.utoronto.ca/hwc/mindful-moments

Seven tips for staying grounded as the world grapples with COVID-19: 澳门赌场 expert: 

//www.utoronto.ca/news/seven-tips-staying-grounded-world-grapples-covid-19-u-t-expert

ü科技资源的  

ü吨的covid-19中央信息毂的:

//www.utoronto.ca/message-from-the-university-regarding-the-coronavirus

问题提交到u约covid-19的T:

//www.utoronto.ca/covid19-contact

Seven tips for staying grounded as the world grapples with COVID-19: 澳门赌场 expert:

//www.utoronto.ca/news/seven-tips-staying-grounded-world-grapples-covid-19-u-t-expert

在ü的T学生支持选项:

ü效应的T型CTSI:

//teaching.utoronto.ca/

ü研究生的牛逼学校:

//www.sgs.utoronto.ca/covid19/

澳门赌场 学院 of Kinesiology & Physical Education: Virtual Physical Activity Programs:

//kpe.utoronto.ca/fitness-performance

üt斯的生活:

//www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/bts/covid-19

ü牛逼正念会议:

//studentlife.utoronto.ca/hwc/mindful-moments

一般资源 

多伦多公共卫生局:

//www.toronto.ca/community-people/health-wellness-care/diseases-medications-vaccines/coronavirus/  

剥公众健康:

//www.peelregion.ca/coronavirus/  

公共卫生安大略:

//www.ontario.ca/page/2019-novel-coronavirus 

加拿大公共卫生局:

//www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/2019-novel-coronavirus-infection/symptoms.html  

世界卫生组织:

//www.who.int/health-topics/coronavirus  

学习资源

中密歇根大学:

//lsa.umich.edu/content/dam/rll-assets/rll-docs/Study%20Habits.pdf

KPU preebooks - 学习在线学习:

//kpu.pressbooks.pub/learningtolearnonline/

Pomodoro YouTube channel – like having a virtual study buddy:

//www.youtube.com/channel/UCSQkQjPhnZw12Hj-SfsbX8w/videos

Society of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education:

//keepteaching.ca/teaching/#el

ü效应的T型CTSI:

//teaching.utoronto.ca/

Free online cardiorespiratory courses from the 加拿大理疗协会:

//physiotherapy.ca/covid-19-resourcescourses

从physiopedia心肺课程:

//www.physio-pedia.com/Category:Cardiopulmonary

Physiotherapy and Critical Care Management from The Clinical Skills Development Service:

//central.csds.qld.edu.au/central/courses/108

专业资源

Canadian Alliance of Physiotherapy Regulators Notice:

//www.alliancept.org/

加拿大理疗协会:

安大略理疗协会:

//opa.on.ca/

安大略省的澳门赌场师的大学:

//www.collegept.org/news/2020/03/20/covid-19-summary-of-directive-for-health-care-providers