In the inferno: Critical incident stress management programs in the fire service - what works & how do we know?

Leigh Blaney
The genesis of this study was an interest in the psychological support services provided to firefighters post-incident and disaster. Firefighters are considered to be at high risk of physical and psychological sequelae to their jobs because they routinely face risks and work in conditions that are beyond the norm of most occupations and trades. How do they recover from these traumatic events and carry on with their jobs and lives? What processes, skills, or knowledge...
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