The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly disrupted training in obstetrics and gynaecology . Past pandemics have been shown to result in significant psychological morbidity . As specialty trainees continue frontline work, they will face unprecedented work environments and may face delays in progression due to postponed examinations, case log shortfalls and inadequate clinical rotations . This contributes to burnout, anxiety and depression . We share technology-based suggestions as well as institutional, departmental and self-care tips on how to maintain trainees' mental well-being during the fight against COVID-19.