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Welcome to the Canadian Institute for Public Safety Research and Treatment!
Partnering with first responder executives and associations, CIPSRT–housed at the University of Regina–is a coast-to-coast multi-university team of top Canadian researchers working with key stakeholders on a long-term initiative to identify the tools required to support the recognition, prevention, intervention, and treatment of mental health concerns facing Canadian first responders and other public safety personnel and their families.
In just a short while, we’ll be unveiling the latest version of our website that will make using CIPSRT resources that much easier.
Thank you for your interest in Public Safety wellness.
Steve Palmer, Executive Director
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Recent efforts by a variety of individuals and organizations have underscored the absence of high quality data to support the mental health needs of Former Public Safety Personnel. The phrase Former Public Safety Personnel is used here to broadly include […]
CIMVHR Forum 2018, October 15 – 17, 2018, Regina, SK Call for Abstracts is now OPEN There is a dedicated Public Safety research stream for the 2018 Forum. Academics and public safety organizations can submit mental, physical, and systems health research […]