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Co-producing an emergency services well-being strategy in the UK / Ian Hesketh.

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Canadian Policing Research Catalogue






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Author affiliated with: Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK.
This article is related directly to the recent Law Enforcement Public Health (LEPH) Conference in Toronto, Canada, October 2018.


"Perhaps it is important to firstly outline a few of the multiple sources of pressure that Emergency Service Responders (ESRs) are experiencing in the UK. This may well be, and seems reasonable to assume, the status quo throughout the US, Canada, and Australasia. Primarily, they inhabit a world in which their safety and success requires them to be constantly alert and attentive to the smallest indication of a hazardous situation or an important piece of information. These demands can lead to a chronic state of hyperarousal. The pressure to remain constantly vigilant and engaged, while challenging and exciting, can lead to psychological exhaustion and burnout if not managed correctly."--Page 1.


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Commentary ((Journal of CSWB) ; vol. 3, no. 3.

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