Webinar: Assessing the Extent of Adverse Health & Identifying Its Predictors
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This webinar focuses on what is currently known about the health and stress levels of 9-1-1 telecommunicators based on recent research. Dr. Michelle Lilly of Northern Illinois University will talk about how research is conducted with this population, what the predominant findings have been, and ongoing research efforts aimed at uncovering valuable information related to job attrition, job satisfaction, and health.

9/26/2013
When: 9/26/2013
1:00 PM
Where: Webinar (Dial-in details TBA)
Contact: Ty Wooten


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Research With 9-1-1 Telecommunicators: Assessing the Extent of Adverse Health & Identifying Its Predictors
Thursday, September 26 | 1PM Eastern (live) or On Demand
$50 (NENA Members) | $85 (Non-Members) 

This webinar focuses on what is currently known about the health and stress levels of 9-1-1 telecommunicators based on recent research. Dr. Michelle Lilly of Northern Illinois University will talk about how research is conducted with this population, what the predominant findings have been, and ongoing research efforts aimed at uncovering valuable information related to job attrition, job satisfaction, and health. Discussion of how research can be used to inform training, prevention, and intervention will be included, as well as discussion related to common misconceptions about the research process. Dr. Lilly will also field questions about research and talk about ongoing research efforts being done with 9-1-1 telecommunicators.

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