A MESSAGE FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF REGINA RESEARCH STUDY TEAM
If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, please contact 911 immediately or go to your nearest emergency department. If you are in Saskatchewan, you may choose to access supports at www.pspnet.ca. Across Canada the Canadian Psychological Association has also identified psychologists who are willing to donate some of their time to provide psychological services to front line health care providers (for more information, please go to: https://cpa.ca/corona-virus/psychservices/). We have also provided lists of links to mental health resources in each province here. We will update the resource lists as needed.
Thank you again to all of you. Take care and stay safe.
A MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL POLICE FORCE
RCMP Members and all police are exposed to potentially psychologically traumatic events as part of their front-line work. These exposures put Members at risk of developing symptoms related to mental disorders. The National Police Force (NPF) is committed to it’s members. The NPF encourages all members to learn more about the study. Click here for the video message from the NPF President. To learn more Click here
Be part of the shift.
We are currently seeking participants for a multi-year research project that will investigate Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), as well as other Operational Stress Injuries (OSIs), among RCMP officers. This innovative, important, and unique study has the potential to advance the way mental health is monitored, assessed, and treated in the RCMP. This is your opportunity to take part and contribute to this exciting study. We invite you to learn more and consider being part of the shift.
An Innovative and Unique Study
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