Research

This is where we’ll share research that may be of use that is relevant to emergency services wellbeing

Early post-trauma interventions in organisations

Frontiers in Psychology have published this scoping review, Early Post-Trauma Interventions in Organisations. It was designed to identi...

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Fatigue to be tackled following first ever national police wellbeing survey

Oscar Kilo - The National Police Wellbeing Service and the College of Policing, have committed to prioritise research into ways of tackling...

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RESEARCH – Peer Support

There has been lots of research carried out on Peer Support in policing right across the world. Some of this research and the findings have...

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‘Strong evidence’ that online mindfulness training can improve your sense of wellbeing

A six-month study released today has shown that there is ‘strong evidence’ that using online mindfulness tools can help police officers...

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Menopause in the Workplace

Last year West Yorkshire Police and the Manchester Metropolitan University produced a report examining their female employees experienc...

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RESEARCH – The Police Foundation – Police Workforce Wellbeing and Organisational Development

In February 2019, The Police Foundation published its research report on police workforce wellbeing and organisational development. They fo...

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RESEARCH – Interim findings from Blue Light Wellbeing Frameworks

There is increasing evidence that poor health and wellbeing in the organisation generates stress-related absence and reduced productivity (B...

RESEARCH – CIPD – Managers hold the key to wellbeing at work

CIPD research shows that better management is the key to tackling workplace stress and unlocking healthy, productive workplaces.  Senio...

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RESEARCH: The role of psychological screening for emergency service responders

A brand new research paper has been published examining the role that psychological screening and surveillance can take in improving th...

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Musculoskeletal Health: A Partnership Approach – By Ginder Narle

Musculoskeletal conditions affect over 10 million people and are the leading cause of disability in England, according to the Global Burden ...