Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health, Volume 17, Issue 4 (February-2 2020) – 336 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): Public safety personnel (PSP) regularly engage with potentially psychologically traumatic events. PSP also experience occupational stressors that include organizational challenges (e.g., staff shortages, inconsistent leadership styles) and operational challenges (e.g., shift work, public scrutiny). The current study was done to better understand the occupational stressors experienced by PSP as well as assess them for relationships with potentially psychologically traumatic events, mental health challenges, and mental disorders. The results were based on data from 4820 participating PSP (32% female) who completed a series of well-established self-report questionnaires at a single time point. The questionnaires included items designed to assess participant perceptions of diverse stressors, work experiences, and mental health. View this paper
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