This course is designed to assist clinicians with the unique issues that arise when responders inevitably face injuries during their careers. Clinicians need a working knowledge of the types of in
Emergency responders, in particular, have additional hurdles they tackle when it comes to diversity, both internally within their agencies, and externally with citizens, friend groups, and family m
This quick course is an overview for new spouses and loved ones entering the emergency responder and public safety field. These jobs are filled with challenges and rewards unlike any other. Learn
This course addresses the benefits and challenges associated with having strong bonds with biological and work "families" commonly seen in public safety work.
This course addresses common legal and ethical concerns that manifest when serving the emergency responder and public safety population. It includes current best practice guidelines, case law, and
Wildland fire crews are suffering from devastating demand, fewer resources, and immense trauma after record-breaking fire seasons.
Responders typically don’t seek treatment until they are in crisis and some experience suicidal ideation before they seek help.
This course addresses the impacts of the job on responders’ whole health. These include impacts on physical, emotional, social, familial, and spiritual health.