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There is a heartbreaking epidemic taking place among our community of emergency responders. Too many men and women who are called to serve end up moving through their days in the pain of stress and trauma injury.
The consequences can be devastating for our responders and the communities they serve. The need for evidence-based skills development to meet the complex occupational stress and trauma challenges emergency responders face every day is paramount.
It’s time to fight back.
It’s time to lead forward.
It’s time to train knowledge and skills that provide hope for recovery, resilience and post traumatic growth.
EMT-W, RN, FNP, FAWM
LCSW, Brain Science Educator
Jannell MacAulay, PhD
Lt. Col, USAF (Ret.)
Lieutenant, Burlington FD
Topic: Practical Understandings of Stress
Session 1 0800 PST (1100 EST)
Speaker: Ben Kincaid, Jeff Tinnin, and Adam Kinakin
Title: Keynote – Welcome to the 2020 National Emergency Responder Conference
Session 2 0830 PST (1130 EST)
Speaker: Laura McGladrey
Title: Adapt and Overcome: Critical Conversation for Stress Resilience
Session 3 1000 PST (1300 EST)
Speaker: Brad Pendergraft
Title: Resilient Brain, Resilient First Responder: The Practical Neurology of Stress
Topic: Resiliency Expertise Training
Session 4 1200 PST (1500 EST)
Speaker: Ben O'Brien
Title: Resilience - Thriving in Challenging Environments
Session 5 1300 PST (1600 EST)
Speaker: Dr. Stephen James
Title: The Science of Sleep: Why It Matters Right Now
Session 6 1430 PST (1730 EST)
Speaker: Jannell MacAulay
Title: Expanding the Resiliency Toolkit for Families of Emergency Responders
Session 7 1600 PST (1900 EST)
Speaker: Expert Panel
Title: LIVE Roundtable Discussion and Event Q&A Session