Halloween Week Doc Talk! It’s the end of #FirePreventionMonth, lots of important things going on. Dr. A discusses #COVID including alternative treatments and vaccination. Even if you’ve had COVID, it’s important to get vaccinated. Listen to hear why.
Research: Consequences of Mass Violence
Mass violence events create a wake of fear, terror, and disruption for all involved. There are many diverse “victims” affected by mass violence incidents, including those who were killed, their family members, people who survived the attack, those who witnessed it, and the broader impacted community.
In recent years, research regarding fire investigator health and safety, and the resulting practice changes, has not kept pace with that of firefighters and, while some information can be brought from the firefighter environment to that of the fire investigator, some cannot.
Lead by Example: Promote the importance of behavioral health
Towards an emotional‚ stress test‚: a reliable, non-subjective cognitive measure of anxious responding