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Ongoing Research (Research Engagement Form Reviewed)

Exploring the Association Between Exercise Activity and Mental Health Among Canadian Paramedics

CIHR Team Grants (2020-2024)

A longitudinal study of Correctional Services Canada correctional officers’ mental health and well-being: The role of prison work and prisons in shaping correctional staff health and self over time

Before operational stress: Evaluating novel psychosocial interventions for public safety personnel (PSP) and their families

Autonomic modulation training: A biological approach to building resilience and wellness capacity among police exposed to posttraumatic stress injuries (PTSI)

An augmented training program for preventing posttraumatic stress injuries among diverse public safety personnel

Three Pillars of Resilience Program for Public Safety Personnel

Delivering online cognitive behavioural therapy (iCBT) to address mental health challenges in correctional officers and other public safety personnel

A randomized control trial of a novel approach to cognitive training in public safety personnel with post-traumatic stress injuries

HomeBase: Enhancing mental wellness in public safety personnel families

CIHR Reseach and Coordination Hubs for Public Safety (2021-2024)

A theory and practice-informed approach to crisis intervention for Public Safety Personnel in Canada—Identifying knowledge gaps to inform action

“OnCall” Peer-to-Peer Support: Research and Coordination Hub

CIHR Catalyst Grants (2018-2021)

Mental health support services for public safety personnel in Canada

Suicide among public safety personnel compared to the general population in Ontario: A case-control study

Compromised conscience: Towards managing moral injuries in public safety personnel

Research 101 for public safety personnel: Course development and pilot testing

Development and validation of a mental health screening tool for public safety personnel

“Serving and Surviving: Roads to resilience in policing”

Psychological first aid for emergency medical technicians: Can it work?

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