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Taking Care of Our Own – Help Is On The Way Resiliency Webinar on: “Warrior and Heroine / Hero Mentality”
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MedEvac Foundation International

Title: “Warrior and Heroine / Hero Mentality”

Are you a hero/heroine?  Does the public view us this way?  Do we need to live up to that moniker?  What if we don’t?  Being labeled as a hero or heroine - regardless of who applies it - can sometimes weigh heavily on those of us who are called to be first-responders.  What happens when a call goes bad and we are no longer considered the "hero"?  Self-care and wellness at home are important steps to take for all EMS first-responders.  Physical, emotional, and spiritual care outside of work are equally important.  Compassion Fatigue can also take a toll on Medical Transport professionals and this presentation will address those topics and more to improve the lives of our emergency medical services / medical transport / first-responders.

Cameron Curtis, President/CEO, AAMS & MedEvac Foundation International

Jared Hughes, Development Director, MedEvac Foundation International


Laurie LeGrand, LISW-CP, LCSW
Integrative Medicine Health Coach
Owner, The Healing Place of the Carolinas, LLC

Luke Ballmer, RN BSN, CFRN, NRP, FP-C, EMS-I
Clinical Nurse Manager
Good Samaritan AirCare

*By registering for this town hall, you understand it is being recorded, and will be shared publicly. *

Sep 10, 2020 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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