TRIPLER ARMY MEDICAL CENTER, Hawaii– A freshly modified resiliency program is presently underway in Regional Health Command-PacificWith COVID-19 altering the method the Army does things,Sgt First Class Andrew Baker, RHC-P’s master resiliency fitness instructor, is revamping the resiliency program– ensuring it, too, stays resistant and appropriate throughout these times.Before COVID-19, the resiliency program involved regular monthly class guideline, individually deskside guideline, and teleconferences. Now, without any class guideline throughout COVID-19, the program is transitioning to offer online training and resources for personnel, particularly for those who are presently teleworking.“As we adjust individually and collectively to COVID-19, we’ve had to make operational adjustments, and in doing so, found it’s also a good time to reinvigorate the importance of individual and organizational resilience,” stated Baker.Baker’s modified three-tiered program consists of weekly styles, a resiliency suggestion of the day and weekly teleconferences for RHC-P head office personnel at Joint Base Lewis- McChord and in Hawaii.In broadening how these messages are provided throughout the area, a resiliency suggestion, in line with the weekly style, will be emailed out to personnel and likewise be offered throughout personnel calls at the start of the week. Information will fast, retainable, relatable, and in line with the Army’s Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness, Performance Triad, and Ready and Resilient programs.“This new program will allow staff to build up their resiliency capacity as individuals across all domains, to include: physical, mental, psychological, spiritual; so they can adapt effectively and quickly across any number of unknowns that may come up in the future,” stated Baker.The very first week’s style will concentrate on energy management. Other possible styles consist of physical resiliency, diet plan, way of life, sleep and spiritual, Baker stated.“Although these programs are primarily targeted for military personnel, civilians can also apply a lot of this information into their daily lives as well,” he included.As the company wants to returning to the brand-new ‘regular’ with COVID-19, this modified program will continue supplying resources and info to personnel within RHC-P.For more info on resiliency check out: Army Resiliency Directorate: https://readyandresilient.army.mil/index.htmlComprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness: https://readyandresilient.army.mil/CSF2/index.htmlPerformance Triad: https://p3.amedd.army.mil