I am completing a piece of research that compares US and UK factors that affect post-traumatic growth, specifically in the military, fire service and police service.
With your input, I aim to complete this research and forward it on to the Ministry of Defence, the Metropolitan Police Service and The British Fire Service (all UK), in the hope that it will influence how cases of post-traumatic stress are handled.
Please have a read through the survey, and complete it as best you can. Anyone who completes it will be able to receive a copy of the written report, which can then be passed on to station commanders, chief inspectors, commanding officers, and whoever else that may be able to help implement changes!
Please click the link below, the results really could influence the way that personnel are looked after in the future.
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