Mobile Health Apps for Military Members & Public Safety Personnel: Can an App Help Build Resilience?
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Addressing the mental health impacts of COVID-19 on Canada’s frontline workers
The Federal Framework on PTSD Act was passed in 2018, and its relevance has only increased in significance during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Experiences of Children Growing Up With a Parent who has Military-Related Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
When a child in a military family has a parent with PTSD, that child has increased risks of negative behavioral, psychological, biological, and social effects. These effects can have long-term repercussions into adulthood. The researchers found 12 studies to include in this review.
Examining Mental Health Knowledge, Stigma, and Service Use Intentions Among Public Safety Personnel
The current study was designed to assess the relationship between mental health knowledge, stigma, and mental health service use intentions among a sample of PSP and compare trends to prevalence of mental disorders across PSP categories.
Coping Strategies – For PSPs and HCWs
As a Healthcare Worker or Public Safety Personnel you may experience posttraumatic stress injuries caused by organizational and operational stressors. You are not the problem.
Mental Health, Let’s Talk About It!
The Mental Health Continuum can help gauge your current wellbeing and when you are moving away from the Healthy end.
Leadership Steps to Promote Mental Wellbeing in Public Safety Personnel and Healthcare Workers
Understanding your role as a leader, and how that influences your employees, can help you make positive changes during the Pandemic and help you prepare for future crises.
COVID-19, Stress, and You
As a Public Safety Personnel (PSP), or Healthcare Worker (HCW), you continue to work despite the risks the Pandemic poses to you, your family, and your community. Organizational and operational stress-injuries include compassion fatigue, burnout, and moral injury.
PSPNET launches new website
NEWSFLASH! Our new website is now LIVE.
Report highlights need for change in healthcare sector
What we want are safe staffing levels, safe work environments, so that we can safely care for our patients.