This document offers a brief summary of the discoveries in “The Great Canadian Fire Census 2022,” emphasizing significant outcomes, delineating subsequent steps, and formulating insightful conclusions.
In January 2024, CIPHER hosted a webinar focusing on app-based support for Public Safety Personnel (PSP) and Healthcare Workers (HCW). Members of the Beyond Silence and PeerOnCall teams shared insights into their respective project. If you missed this session and would like to learn more you can watch the full length presentation here.
Together We Are Stronger: Showcasing Collaborative Efforts to Support the Wellbeing of all Public Safety Personnel (PSP)
The Canadian Institute for Public Safety Research and Treatment (CIPSRT) is hosting a 2-day symposium/showcase that is intended to raise a greater awareness among PSP about mental health and wellbeing. Learn more here.
CIPHER created the Words Matter campaign to share and promote a collective understanding of many well-known and used mental health terms that describe various occupationally related challenges many public safety personnel (PSP), healthcare workers (HCWs), veterans, and their families face every day.
CIPHER Webinar Series PeerOnCall and Beyond Silence Showcase Mark your calendars for January 18th 2024 for an up-coming live, free webinar! We encourage you to join our one-hour session with Dr. Moll, Nadine Leduc, Melissa Parker, and Saleha Ansari to learn more about: PEERONCALL AND BEYOND SILENCE: NEW FRONTIERS IN APP-BASED SUPPORT FOR PUBLIC SAFETY […]
Paramedics represent a high-risk occupation for both exposure to infectious diseases and stress-related mental health outcomes. The COVID-19 pandemic may have exacerbated the pre-existing risk of mental health conditions.
Development of an Evidence-Informed Solution to Emotional Distress in PSPs and HCWs: The Social Support, Tracking Distress, Education, and Discussion Community (STEADY) Program
The Social Support, Tracking Distress, Education, and Discussion Community (STEADY) Program was developed to cover knowledge translation and implementation science frameworks to include all evidence-informed elements of post-traumatic stress prevention. This paper reports on the narrative literature review that framed the development of the STEADY framework and introduces its key elements.
The STEADY staff wellness program was developed based on the available literature and input from stakeholders, guided by the Knowledge-to-Action (KTA) Implementation Science Framework. This infographic provides guidance to support staff through difficult situations by specifically outlining strategies to try and those to avoid.
Learn about the benefits of using Psychological First Aid (PFA) as a Healthcare Worker and Public Safety Personnel. Uncover essential FAQs and start your journey to secure a PFA certification.
Learn about occupational risks factors associated with burnout and how Public Safety leaders and managers can enact effective changes.