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(p. 418) Promoting Resilience and Recovery in First Responders 

(p. 418) Promoting Resilience and Recovery in First Responders
(p. 418) Promoting Resilience and Recovery in First Responders

Richard Gist

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date: 05 May 2021

Chapter 26 discusses the promotion of resilience and recovery in first responders, including the nature of the work, dealing with occupational stress, critical incident stress debriefing (CISD), the empirical imperative, deconstructing the process of debriefing, and reconsidering occupational stress.

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