New staff trauma and abuse research study

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The Ambulance Staff Charity (TASC) has identified a number of staff accessing their service are disclosing experiences of domestic violence or abuse, adverse childhood experiences and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). 

TASC would like to understand these issues and the coping mechanisms used, from the perspectives of ambulance staff, so that they and the NHS can offer the most appropriate services. 

EEAST staff are being invited to take part in the anonymous online study survey. It is entirely voluntary and should only take around 30 minutes to complete (you can start and stop the survey and go back to it at a later time). 

Access to the survey is via https://ucw.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/identifying-the-needs-of-ambulance-staff-who-have-experien-2

Should the study cause you upset or distress, contact details for support services are provided within the online survey. In addition, you may wish to contact EEAST’s Wellbeing Services: ‘In Crisis’ (24hr), 0808 196 2370; Occupational Health, 0151 459 9711; Wellbeing Hub and Referrals, wellbeing.info@nhs.net

If you have any questions, or would like to know more about the study, please contact Dr Holly Taylor-Dunn via email holly.taylor@worc.ac.uk or phone 01905 542 693.

 

Published 24th February, 2020

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