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Supporting Canada's Public Safety Personnel : An Action Plan on Post-Traumatic Stress Injuries / Public Safety Canada.

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Public Safety Canada Library

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Alternate Title

Soutenir le personnel de la sécurité publique du Canada : Plan d'action sur les blessures de stress post-traumatique.

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Description

1 online resource (25 pages)

Note

Issued also in French under title : Soutenir le personnel de la sécurité publique du Canada : Plan d'action sur les blessures de stress post-traumatique.

Summary

"Through the Action Plan we will seek to strengthen our collective understanding of post-traumatic stress injuries through research, including applied research and treatment trials; supporting mental health resilience through evidence based research to inform public awareness, training and other initiatives that emphasize prevention, early intervention and stigma reduction; and identifying ways in which public safety organizations can better monitor and manage the mental health of public safety personnel through support for care and treatment." -- Introduction, p. 1-2.

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Contents

MINISTERIAL FOREWARD. -- 1. INTRODUCTION. -- 2. BACKGROUND. -- 2.1. Definitions. -- 2.2. How do post-traumatic stress injuries impact public safety personnel ? -- 3. A COORDINATED ACTION PLAN. -- 3.1. Pillar 1: Research and Data Collection. -- 3.2. Pillar 2: Prevention, early Intervention and Stigma Reduction. -- 3.3. Pillar 3: Support for Care and Treatment. -- 4. ACTIONS TO DATE. -- 5. GOVERNANCE AND REVIEW.

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