Researchers find significantly higher rate of mental
disorders among first responders. Results suggests
paramedics, RCMP and correctional workers are
most affected. (Elizabeth McMillan/CBC)Operational Stress Injuries
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The Paramedic Association of New Brunswick would like to take this opportunity to express our sorrow and heartfelt condolences to the families who lost their loved ones during the tragic events of Friday August 10th, 2018.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the families of the selfless Police officers Cst. L. Robb Costello and Cst. Sara M.H. Burns who made the ultimate sacrifice, as well as with the families of Donald A. Robichaud, Bobbie Lee Wright along with all of those who have been affected by this tragedy.
The Paramedic Association, its board and its members are very proud of the dedication of all of those who responded to the call for help. The grieving process is very different for each of us and this can be an unimaginable time for those who were affected by these events. Let’s keep an eye on each other and please reach out if necessary.
A regimental funeral was held for Cst. Costello and Cst. Burns on Saturday August 18th at the Aitken University Centre in Fredericton.
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First responders with operational stress injuries are much more likely to develop a mental disorder than the general population.
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