PSPNET National Survey
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RESEARCH VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
“Understanding Interest in and Options for Implementing Internet-Delivered Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (ICBT) for Public Safety Personnel across Canada: A National Survey”
All Canadian Public Safety Personnel Can Participate
- Border Services Personnel
- Correctional Workers
- Firefighters (Career, Volunteer)
- Indigenous Emergency Services
- Operational and Intelligence Personnel
- Police (Federal, Municipal, Provincial)
- Public Safety Communicators (e.g., 911 operators, dispatchers)
- Search and Rescue
The study is designed to explore how best to deliver an internet-delivered cognitive behavioural therapy (ICBT) program to first responders and other public safety personnel (PSP) across Canada. The study assesses:
1) PSP interest in and support for ICBT as a treatment option;
2) what PSP think will help or hinder their ICBT access; and
3) how PSP think ICBT can be implemented for them across Canada.
PARTICIPATION IS VOLUNTARY
Participants will be asked to complete a 10 minute questionnaire online. Participant responses will play a vital role in helping us address Canada’s critical need for effective mental healthcare services tailored to PSP.
Click this survey link for more information or to participate in the survey.
Please invite other public safety personnel who may want to participate!
The study has been reviewed and approved by the University of Regina Research Ethics Board.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about this research.