Webinar on Stress & PTSD Announced for October 30
Monday, October 7, 2019
Posted by: Chris Nussman
Stress, PTSD, & Knowing the Difference Between Them
Wednesday, October 30 | 3PM Eastern (live) or On-Demand
FREE for NENA Members | Not a member? Join today to receive access!
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Research has shown that 9-1-1 professionals report high levels of work-related stress. Further, research in the past five years has shown that 9-1-1 professionals are also at risk for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression, as well as physical health ailments. This webinar provides definitions of stress and how it can impact your health, and then differentiate stress from PTSD. The importance of knowing the difference in terms of seeking informal and formal assistance will be discussed, as well as tips for dealing with work-related stress. At the end of the webinar, attendees will be able to:
- Identify work-related factors that increase risk for stress;
- Recognize the difference between work-related stress and work-related symptoms of PTSD; and
- Discuss strategies for reducing work-related stress, as well as supported treatments for PTSD.
Presenter: Dr. Michelle Lilly | Northern Illinois University
CEUs: Attend this webinar and receive one-half ENP re-certification point towards the ten-point maximum for NENA courses in the Professional Development CEU/Course Credits section.
Can't attend on the 30th? Register now and you will receive an email after the live presentation with instructions for accessing the on-demand webinar archive.
Webinar Access Info: Dial-in and web-access details provided automatically via email upon registration.
Questions? Contact Amanda Tegtmeyer with the NENA Education team.