THE FIRST WELLNESS APP TAILORED TO CLINICIANS
Seamlessly integrate evidence-based wellness modules into your busy workday. Designed with the clinician in mind. Discover guided mindfulness activities tailored to your needs. Navigate your thoughts with a personal resilience journal. Find support and encouragement anonymously, and share wellness milestones with colleagues. All at your fingertips.
The First Wellness App with Clinician Tailored Mindfulness and Resilience Modules + Personalized Wellness Suggestions
Over 40% of healthcare providers report experiencing burnout, imposing dire consequences on the healthcare system. It is essential that providers do not lose sight of mental health support; meeting the wellness needs of our clinicians may determine how well we survive this pandemic and handle future public health crises. Vitalize aims to protect clinicians from burnout by integrating wellness into their daily schedules.
TAILORED WELLNESS MODULES
Guided mindfulness tracks driven by techniques from narrative medicine
Evidence-driven prompts to improve personal resilience
Share wellness goals anonymously with a network of others like you
PERSONALIZED WELLNESS MODULES AND SUGGESTIONS
Based on app trends and your preferences, Vitalize will automatically suggest future wellness modules.
Wellness suggestions when you want them
WHAT MAKES VITALIZE UNIQUE?
WHAT MAKES VITALIZE TAILORED TO CLINICIANS?
All mindfulness and resilience building practices offered by Vitalize are built around the specific stressors and experiences faced by patient caregivers. Examples of topics include patient gratification, coping with grief, and work-life balance. Personalized suggestions and the brevity of activities makes Vitalize perfect for busy schedules.
HAS THERE BEEN ANY RESEARCH ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF MINDFULNESS APPS ON THE WELLNESS OF HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS?
In-person mindfulness programs have been proven effective, and more recently, research has proven the efficacy of mobile apps too. Our team is actually currently publishing a literature review that concludes that mindfulness apps effectively improve the well-being and burnout of healthcare providers. We also highlight that mindfulness apps have low adherence, which can be addressed through tailoring. This presents the opportunity for Vitalize.