Saira Malik Rahman, MD, Pediatrician, South Bend, IN

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Women as One feels it is more important than ever to support women in medicine. Many of the front line healthcare workforce include women; nurses, technicians, physicians and many others who bravely go to work each day, often without adequate protection, to treat patients who are scared and alone. At home, women face additional unexpected responsibilities, and in some cases must even distance themselves from their families.

This is an incredibly stressful time, and so we have compiled a source of information in support of your wellbeing that we hope you find useful now and in the months to follow. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts for everything you do today and every day, and hope that we can soon return to state of calm.



1. Explore the underpinnings of traumatic stress
2. Discuss common reactions and how trauma uniquely impacts women
3. Review related support tools for ourselves and each other

Covid Coach App

The COVID Coach app was created by the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs to support self-care and overall mental health during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Webinar on wellness & resilience in the face of crisis

Finding Grit & Grace to Lead during COVID-19


Recorded on April 14, 2020

Hosted by Sasha Shillcutt, MD, MS – physician and author of “Between Grit and Grace: How to be Feminine and Formidable”

Causes We Care About

Over the next several months, Women as One will donate funds to organizations we believe will make a positive impact in the fight against COVID-19. We hope you will also consider donating to these worthy organizations.

Women as One donation: $5,000

For production & delivery of N95 masks to frontline workers